This programme initially gives students the foundation of economic theory and the necessary mathematical and statistical background. The programme gradually deepens this knowledge through a wide selection of specialized courses, including the political economy and the applications of economic theory on specific problems.
Depending on the choice of courses, the study of Economics helps students to understand issues related to public finances, international trade or economic development, as well as the general behavior of economies. While much of the study is an acquired knowledge, it remains fascinating that this science is constantly evolving, as is clear from the recent international financial crisis.
This program is for those who wish to:
- Obtain a high-level degree in a field of high demand
- Pursue a career as an economist in academia, industry, finance or government
- Study issues on the interaction of households (consuming or savings trends) and businesses to determine national output
- Have a different approach and a logical analysis of how to make decisions both individually and collectively
This degree is comprised of twelve modules with 30 credits each and can be completed in 3 years.
The programme includes the following courses:
Introduction to Economics
Statistics 1 & 2
Mathematics 1 & 2
Six more modules from a wide selection group
On successful completion of the programme, students will have acquired basic knowledge in applying the understanding of the economic environment to the use of arguments in mathematical and quantitative analyses. It is an excellent basis for a career in industrial finance, stock market, general administration or international organizations.
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