Major Course Groups

Financial Economics Group: The program is geared to provide students with economic knowledge and analysis tools with financial knowledge in both theory and practice including courses in financial economics, which can be seen in the program curriculum, such as Financial Economics and Banking, International Financial Economics, Financial Theory and Policy, and other integrated courses like Financial Laws and Financial Institutes, Financial Management, and International Financial Transactions. The knowledge gained from these courses will increase the students’ readiness to take part in various types of economic transactions and management.

Business Economics Group: The program is geared to provide students with economic knowledge and analysis tools with business knowledge in both theory and practice including courses in business economics, which can be seen in the program curriculum, such as Marketing Economics, Business Economics, Economics of Industrial Organizations, and other integrated courses like Medium Enterprise Management, Introduction to Financial Management, Business Laws, and Project and Investment Analysis. The knowledge gained from these courses will strengthen the students and ready them to take part in various types of economic transactions and management.

Economic Theory and Research Group: The program is geared to provide students with economic knowledge and analysis tools with knowledge in analysis based on theoretical concepts for business decisions and policy outlining and planning, which can be seen in the program curriculum; including Econometrics, Game Theory, and Welfare Economics. The knowledge gained from these courses will strengthen the students’ and enable them to take part in economic transactions because their analytical viewpoints bridge the overall view of business and the nation.

International Economics Group: The program is geared to provide students with economic knowledge and analysis tools providing knowledge in international trades in both theory and practice, which is evident in the program curriculum courses relating to international trade such as International Economic Trade, International Financial Economics, International Economic Investment, and other integrated courses such as International Marketing, International Economic Laws, International Business Management, and International Finance. The knowledge gained from these courses will strengthen the students and prepare them to take part in economic transactions worldwide.

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