The undergraduate Economics curriculum consists of general education courses, non-major area courses, fundamental courses on Economics and elective courses. A student may also be required to take non-credit, remedial courses in English and Mathematics to make up his/her deficiencies.
The Master of Science in Economics is a degree program designed for persons interested in working in both the public and the private sectors. The curriculum is geared to the creation of a deeper understanding of the economic challenges for development. The program is also designed keeping in view the need for skills required to pursue further studies (including Ph.D).
MS in Economics with thesis is a 30-credit program including a thesis equivalent of 6-credits. However students can also complete MS in Economics without thesis. The MS without thesis requires a research monograph equivalent to 3-credits and an additional course to fulfil the 30-credit requirements.
Admission requirement to be accepted for enrolment in MS in Economics an applicant must have A Second Class in a three years’ Bachelor degree OR CGPA of 2.5 in a four years’ Bachelor degree. Applicants with weak background in Economics may need to take remedial courses.