M.A. (Managerial Economics)
The master’s degree program is designed for students who expect to pursue a managerial career in the business or government sector. This two – year program provides economics skills and competencies necessary for the management challenges of increasing complexity in a modern economy. The program also provides the course of foundation economics for the students who are not prior bachelors in economics. The compulsory courses are applied courses in economics which compose of Quantitative Analysis for Management, Applied Microeconomics for Management, Applied Macroeconomics for Management, Research Methodology in Economics, Applied Managerial Economics, Strategic Economics, and Seminars in Current Economic Issues. The alternative courses include Economics of Project Analysis and Evaluation, Economics of Financial Management, Economics of Logistics Management, Analysis of Policy and Economic Environment, Information Technology and Innovation for Economist, Game Theory for Business Management, Economics of Organization and Human Resources Management, Economic Development in Globalization, and Economic of International Trade and Financial Management.