School of Economics offers a balance between theories of microeconomic, macroeconomic, and econometrics alongside their scientific applications. There exists an opportunity to avail live experiential learning in the form of internships and also focusing on research undertaking pertaining to economic policy issues with access to empirical data. Developing core competencies on critical thinking skills, hypothesizing and solving problems, data acquisition skills, data analysis techniques, the application of economic theory to analyze economic data, writing and reporting skills, and competency in the use of computer software. With active placement cell there will be scope for creating job opportunities in a wide variety of fields which include professional careers in business, banking, financial services, federal, state and local government, consulting, and not-for-profit organizations.
|MA - Economics||200000||2 years|