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3 Years undergraduate programme in Economics is designed to equip students with the knowledge, tools, methods, and theories of Economics in a way such that they can apply them in practice. It will be of total 9 trimesters containing 140 credits. The aim of the programme is to help students to critically and objectively analyze issues related to the economy, business, public policy, and society. To develop analytical and quantitative abilities, problem-solving aptitude and skill through academics and to motivate and encourage students to get research oriented and develop skills to undertake research projects. The Programme is divided into 9 trimesters. Eminent Guest & Faculty members from Industry, Academia and Policy circles will deliver the session.
The Programme has 140 credits
Field visits & Industrial visits
Value-added Certification Courses
National Study Tour
Eminent Guests & Faculties from Industry, Academia and policy circles will deliver guest lecture
Paper Presentations/ Mini Projects
Rural Immersion Program.
The Programme is divided into 9 trimesters. Eminent Guest & Faculties from Industry, Academia and Policy circles will deliver the session. Paper presentation with the publication along with Intense Industry Internship and Industrial Visit is an integral part of pedagogy.
Why Choose B.Sc. (Hons.) Economics at MIT- World Peace University
MIT- WPU, School of Economics – B.Sc (Hons.) Economics allows you to explore this engrossing subject and its global impact. It equips you with the fundamental skills necessary for using economics in your future career in the field of Economics. It also offers opportunities for you to specialize in aspects of the discipline that fulfill your interests and career aspirations. There is extensive demand for economic researchers, analyst, consultant and strategists who are well trained to understand the hanging economic trends.
The career in economics has widened tremendously in the last decades because of globalization and rapid economic development.
Corporates: Actuarial analyst, Data analyst, Economist, Financial risk analyst, Investment analyst, Stockbroker, Business development manager, Data scientist, Diplomatic services officer, Management consultant, Policy Maker, Quantity surveyor, Credit analyst, Management Trainee.
Government: Economic Advisor, Policy Maker, Local government officer, Government Economic Service, Government Statistical Service, Government Operational Service, Government Social Research Service, Generalist, Diplomatic Service, Human Resources, Houses of Parliament, and Diplomatic Service Economics.
Research: Policy Researcher/ Development Researcher/ Economic Researcher/ Environmental Researcher/ Agricultural Researcher, Business Researcher, Ph.D. Researcher (International/ National), Post Doctorate Fellow (International/ National)