B.Sc. (Research) in Economics

Program Structure

To graduate with a Major in Economics, each student need at least 108 credits in Major courses and 42 credits in UWE and CCC courses. Among the courses within the Major, each student must have at least 96 credits in Economics obtained over the course of the undergraduate programme. This includes three courses that are required for all students enrolled in SHSS undergraduate programs. In addition, the student must take one course on Calculus, Probability, Statistics and Programming. Over and above these, the student must take University - Wide - Elective (UWE) and Common Course Curriculum (CCC) courses as required by the University and fulfill other University requirements. A student must complete all requirements for a degree in a minimum of three years and a maximum of six years.
Semester 1
Academic writing 4
Logic and scientific methods 4
Principles of microeconomics 4
Calculus 4
CCC 4
Semester 2
Modernity 4
Principles of Macroeconomics 4
Intermediate Microeconomics 4
Probability 4
CCC 3
Semester 3
Statistics 4
Game theory 4
Intermediate macroeconomics 4
UWE 4
CCC 3
Semester 4
Advanced microeconomics 4
International economics 4
Introductory econometrics 4
Introduction to Computer and Programming 4
UWE 4
CCC 3
Semester 5
Development economics 4
Department Elective I 4
Department elective II 4
Department elective III 4
UWE 4
CCC 3
Semester 6
Department elective IV 4
Department elective V 4
Department elective VI 4
UWE 4
UWE 4
CCC 3
Semester 7
Research project 4
Department elective VII 4
UWE 4
CCC 3
Semester 8
Research project 8
Department elective VIII 4
UWE 4
CCC 3