Bachelor of Arts Economics


Students taking Major in Econo
mics are expected to take the following courses.
To complete the Programme students should take the following courses.
Major in Economics
As Requirements for the major in Economics, a student must take the following courses.
First Year
ECN 1115, ECN
2115, MAT 1110 or MAT 1100
In  addition,  students  may  take  the  equivalent  of  the  two  additional  full  courses  from  any
programme in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the 1000-level.


Second Year
As Requirements for the major in Economics, a
student must take the following courses.
ECN 2115, ECN 2215, ECN 2311, ECN 2322,ECN 2331 and 2342.
In  addition,  students  may  take  the  equivalent  of  the  one  additional  full  course  from  any
programme in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the 2000-level.

Third Year
As Requirements for the major in Economics, a student must take the following courses.
ECN 3115, ECN 3215, ECN 3311
and 3322
In addition to the degree requirements, students can take the equivalent of one full course from
any of  the  3000-level  or  9000-level  courses  such  as  ECN  3235,  ECN  3225,  ECN  3125,  ECN
9155, ECN 9125, ECN 9135, ECN 9145
, ECN 9165, ECN 9175 and 9415

Fourth Year
As  requirements  for  the  major  in  Economics,  the  student  is  required  to  take  courses  from  the
400
0  or  9000  series  in  Economics  to  ensure  that  the  minimum  number  of  16  full  courses
required  to  graduate  is  attained.  There  are  no  compulsory  fourth  year  courses  at  fourth  year  in
economics. The list of courses is shown below.
ECN 4121, ECN 4222, ECN 4235,
ECN 4145, ECN 4135, ECN 9415, ECN 9125, ECN 9135,
ECN 9145, ECN 9155, ECN 9165, ECN 9175.
Depending  on  the  number  of  Economics  courses  taken  the  student  can  take  courses  from  the
minor programme to ensure that they carry the normal full courses at this level.30
Minor in Economics
ECN 1115, ECN 1215, MAT 1110 or MAT 1100, ECN 2115, ECN 2215
plusany four courses from the following: ECN 3411, ECN 3422, ECN 3235, ECN 4121, ECN 4222, ECN 4255, ECN
4145,  ECN  4135,  ECN  9415,  ECN  9125,  ECN9135,  ECN  9145,  ECN  915
5,  ECN  9165,  ECN 9175
Titles of courses offered
ECN1115:Introductory Microeconomics Theory
ECN1215:Introductory Macroeconomics Theory
ECN2115:Intermediate Microeconomics Theory
ECN2215:Intermediate Macroeconomics theory
ECN2311:Mathematics for Economics I
ECN2322:Mathematics for economics II
ECN2331:Statistics: theory and Techniques for Economics
ECN2342:Applied statistics for Economics
ECN3115:Advanced Microeconomic Theory
ECN3215:Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
ECN3225:Money and Banks
ECN3235:Public finance
ECN3311:Econometrics I
ECN3322:Econometrics II
ECN3411:Essentials of Financial Accounting
ECN3422:Corporate Finance
ECN4121:International Trade Theory and Practice
ECN4222:International Finance Theory and Practice
ECN4135:Labour economics
ECN4145:Environmental Economics
ECN4235:Developmental Economics
ECN4411:Research Methodology and Practice
ECN4222:Research Paper
ECN9125:Industrial Organisation
ECN9455:Health Economics
ECN9415:History of Economics Thought
ECN9135:Agricultural Economics
ECN9422:Business Ethics
ECN9175:Internet Economics
ECN9165:Economics of Education