The curriculum of the Master’s program in Economics includes 54 credits of core courses, 6 electives credits, 8 tutorials credits and 12 credits for thesis.
The number of credits required for the master’s degree is 80. The compulsory subjects are Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematics, Economic history, Statistics, Econometrics, Game Theory, Theory of Economic Growth and Development and Theory of industrial organization.
The Elective credits can be:
Economics of education, Economic thought, etc.
The tutorial courses offered are:
Directed research I and Directed II.
The master’s program requires full time enrollment. As a complement to the semi-annual academic load, the program offers seminars, core courses, conferences and workshops, which students must attend as part of their comprehensive training.