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M.Sc Economics
 
Programs Name M.Sc Economics
Duration 2 years
Total credit Hours 50
   
Introduction of Program
 The MSc in Economics will provide each student with a flexible set of analytic skills by combining a strong foundation in economic theory with applied research. So that students will be able to apply both theory and research analytic skills in both workplace and educational settings. Students receiving a master’s degree in Economics from SBKWU will be able to succeed in a wide variety of management, analysis, and research positions in business, government, and nonprofit enterprises and will be able to teach others at both the community college and high school levels. Students will also be able to successfully pursue further graduate work in economics and related fields.
 
Scheme of Study
 
Semester Course # Category Credit Hours
First   Math and basic science Core course Technical Electives
Eco 102  Mathematical EconomicsI
3 hrs.
   
Eco 101   Micro Economics
3 hrs.
 
      Computer Application
3 hrs.
Eco 104   Development EconomicsI
3 hrs.
 
    Basic Statistics and Research Methodology I
3 hrs.
 
Second Eco 202  Mathematical EconomicsII
3 hrs.
   
Eco 204    Development Economics II
3 hrs.
 
    Basic Statistics and Research Methodology II
3 hrs.
 
Eco 201    Micro EconomicsII
3 hrs.
 
Third Eco 302    Econometrics I
3 hrs.
 
Eco 301   Macro Economics I
3 hrs.
 
    International Economics
3 hrs.
 
     Research Methodology
2 hrs.
 
Fourth Eco 402    Econometrics II
3 hrs.
 
Eco 401    Macro Economics II
3 hrs.
 
    Managerial Economics
3 hrs.
 
    Monetary Economics
3 hrs.
 
Total 50  hrs. 6 hrs.  41 hrs.  3 hrs.
 
Semester Detail
 
S#  Course Code Course Title Credit hours Total Marks
1st Semester  
1 Eco 101 Micro Economic Theory I 3 50
2 Eco 102 Mathematical Economics I 3 50
3 Eco 104 Development Economics I 3 50
4 Eco Basic Statistics and Research Methodology I 3 50
2nd Semester
1 Eco 201 Micro Economic Theory II 3 50
2 Eco 202 Mathematical Economics II 3 50
3 Eco 204 Development Economics II 3 50
4 50 Eco Basic Statistics and Research Methodology II 3 50
 3rd Semester
1 Eco 301 Macro Economic Theory I 3 50
2 Eco 302 Econometrics I 3 50
3 Eco International Economics 3 100
4 Eco Research methodology 2 100
4th Semester
1 Eco 401 Macro Economic Theory II 3 50
2 Eco 402 Econometrics II 3 50
3 Eco Managerial Economics 3 50
4 Eco Monetary Economics  3 100
   
 
     
     
     
     
     
 
 
 
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