Masters in Economics is designed with a clear emphasis on emerging global issues like trade, technology, environment, natural resources, currency and finance, regulatory economics, information economics, making it unique and distinct from conventional.
This program provides sound theoretical background in economics and equips students with analytical tools and techniques for understanding the evolution of the world economy.
Apart from preparing students for advanced research work, the program also aims at training students as professional economists for the government, non-government, and corporate sectors.
Many careers are open after a Master in Economics and may offer the potential to use the skills and knowledge gained through studying Economics. Your interpersonal skills, however, are likely to be even more critical.
Some of these careers include:
|Business Development Associate|
- Statistics for Economics
- Mathematics for Economists
- Public Economics
- International Economics
- Research Methodology
- Macro Economics
- Basic Mathematical Economics
- Statistics for Economists
- Islamic Economics
- Significant Issues In Pakistan’s Economy
- International Trade Theory And Finance
- Econometrics: Theory And Applications
- Development Economics: Theory And Policy
- Advanced Mathematical Economics
- Applied Economics And Computer Application
- Investment And Project Appraisal
- Managerial Economics
- History Of Economic Thought
- Comparative Economic System
- Environmental Economics
- Agricultural Economics
- Human Resource Development And Management
- Economic Principles, Strategies, And Techniques Of Marketing
- Requirements for a Masters in Economics:
- The candidate should have 14 years of education.
- Candidates should have a graduate degree from a recognized college or university. A background in social science will be a plus point but not an essential feature.
- Candidates who are more than 26 years old shall not be entitled to admissions unless the Vice-Chancellor grants relaxation for special reasons on the recommendations of the Chairman.
- Foreign students must route their applications through the Ministry of Education, Government of Pakistan.
- Admission will be made on merit, subject to the regional quota.
(These rules are applied to government universities in Pakistan)
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