Economics major is well-positioned in an ever-changing world. Students of economics major are introduced to basic structure, theories, processes and policy of the field of study, to help them learn how to make sound financial decisions and manage their personal finances, or better implement monetary policy to benefit everyone in society. Students also will be able to understand complex and important issues, such as nature resources, tax rates, inflation, labour, etc., and to build a sound investment portfolio. Graduates of the program may apply to continue their education at the master level or embark upon careers at international financial centers.

B.S. Economics program introduces students to economics theories and applications, and a comprehensive understanding of market mechanism and newest economics studies. The Economics curriculum we offer follows best practices in the U.S. universities. Students are particularly provided with business analytics courses such as Python Programming and Data Mining in business, which complies with the economics research development in the era of big data. Students will develop skill to analyze practical business problems, and are given a good position for graduate school.


Career Prospects  

The study of economics can lead to many fulfilling and interesting career choices. Graduates of economics can pursue careers in research agencies, consultancy firms, economic advisory services of governments, banks, international agencies, or in higher education and research.


Knowledge and Skills

  • Applying gained knowledge to analyze global economy challenges
  • Understanding of economic policies at the macro and micro level
  • Know how the wealth is created and distributed
  • Know how to apply economic reasoning to policy issues in a critical manner
  • Understanding of economics theories, concepts and principles.
  • Proficiency in quantitative and qualitative methods
  • Gain the real-world experience through practical training and internship.


Core Courses

  • International Economics
  • Python Programming for Business
  • Challenges of Global Poverty (or Money and Banking)
  • Foundations of Business Analytics (or MGS Data Mining in Business / Statistical Data Mining)
  • Bus Ethics & Corp Responsibility
  • Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Economics
  • Intermediate Microeconomics


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