The students understand that all economic activity takes place in situations of scarcity They acquire the skills to recognise economic and legal conditions in a society and become aware of the valuations that are present in every social analysis.
The students acquire the skills to systematically judge objectives, structures, processes and interdependencies in economic systems using models and methods with an aim to recognise the possibilities for shaping economic and political action.
In the Introduction to Economics and Law all students become acquainted with the basics of economics and law with the main focus being on the Swiss economy and Swiss common and commercial law.
Students who choose the core subject are able to build a solid basis for the understanding of economic questions, not least thanks to their intensive study of accounting.
The supplementary subject Economics and Law offers students the opportunity to work in more depth on current economic and legal questions of the students' own choice.