Master of Arts in Applied Economics is a two year’s course
In a master’s program, applied economics students develop an understanding of economic theory; this includes training in the collection of data, data analysis and practical problem solving. Advanced economic theory generally consumes the core requirements of these programs, complemented by focused study in an area of interest and, often, a local internship. It is the flagship programme of the department of economics with intensive specialisations in areas of finance and management. Industrial exposure through internships and visits, mastery in scientific analysis through advanced quantitative methods, statistics, econometrics and latest soft skills make students competent to take up the most challenging careers in business, industry, public sector and advanced academic research.