Master of Economics Program in Business Economics 

Degree Name
Master of Economics (Business Economics)
M. Econ. (Business Economics)

 

Philosophy and/or Objectives of the Program

Principle and Rationale of the Revised Program

The Master of Economics Program in Business Economics was first taught in 1992, since then it had been twicely revised, the first time in 1999 and the second time in 2003.

The objectives of this revision are as follows: to modify the structure and course contents of the program so they fit well with the advancement of the body of knowledge in economics and are in line with the needs of society and business; to increase the efficiency and effectiveness in the management of teaching and learning process of the School. It is expected that students will be able to apply the knowledge and academic skills to their professional work and to the society.

 Program Philosophy

      The program places emphasis on building the understanding of economic theories and analyses including the application of quantitative tools in the analysis of             organizations in the privates sector, public offices, and philanthropic   organizations.

 Graduates of  Master of Economics Program in  Business Economics are well versed with the knowledge and understanding of the workings of the economy, private sector and the impact of  governmental role on business operation. They have academic skills in economics and can apply these in  a business operation and research. Graduates of the program have the potential to acquire additional knowledge in accordance with the dynamic changes of the global economic system. They have ethics in their academic and professional work.

Prospective Student’s Qualifications

1. Student enrolled in Weekday Classes (during Public Working Hours)

    If the prospective student graduates from a private or foreign educational institution, his/her degree must be accredited by Office of the Commission for Higher Education or Office of Civil Service.

2. Students enrolled in Evening Classes (after Public Working Hours) and Weekend Classes

     If the prospective student graduates from a private or foreign educational institution, his/ her degree must be accredited by Office of the Commission for Higher Education or Office of the Civil Service.

     The student must have  at least 1 year of work experience after the completion of an undergraduate degree.

Notice: The qualifications of a perspective student are subject to changes in      accordance with National Institute of Development Administration’s notice.

Admission Method

By a written and/or an oral examination in accordance with School of Development Economics criterion approved by the National Institute of Development Administration.

Education System

An academic year is divided into 2 semesters: first and second semester. Summer semester may be open. Each regular semester comprises 16 weeks, and 8 weeks for a summer session. The classroom hours of each course in the summer session must be equivalent to the ones in the regular semester.

 Period of Study for the Degree

A student must complete the degree within five years with the minimum requirement of two years in the program.

 Registration

    In the regular semester the student must register for at least 9 credit hours and not more than 12 credit hours.

    the summer session, the student must register for at least 3 credit hours and not more than 6 credit hours.

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