Economics is a social science concerned with how societies deal with scarcity. Our NUC Accredited degree in economics trains you to model economic phenomena in a precise and rigorous way using quantitative tools such as algebra, calculus, and statistics. You’ll graduate with the qualifications for competitive positions in banking and finance, as well as top graduate programs in economics, business, and law.
It is expected that, at the end of the undergraduate programme in the Distance Learning Centre students would have acquired:
- Knowledge of core principles of theoretical economics, i.e. microeconomics, macroeconomics and economic thought; and in the applied fields of economics such as Monetary, International trade, Financial system, Banking, etc.;
- Knowledge of economic methodologies and quantitative tools of analysis such as mathematics, statistics or econometrics;
- Skills of economic analysis of local, national, regional and international economic problems and
- Intellectual skills, that is; capacity for critical analysis, research skills and some degree of computer literacy.
Minimum number of courses per semester: 5
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