From micro- to macroeconomics, analyze how inflation, employment rates, and other phenomenon affect our lives. Acquire a strong education related to government, policy, decision-making, society and business. Seize research opportunities and the chance to combine your studies with other disciplines. Take this program and pursue a law degree or go on to grad school for an MBA.

  • Using relevant statistical methods to understand economic issues, identify patterns, and forecast trends
  • Understanding and predicting the ways in which valuable human, natural, and abstract resources are distributed, shared, and protected
  • Arguing for evidence-based, optimal, high-efficiency resource allocation practices
  • Internalizing significant economic principles, including supply and demand, market potential, and growth
  • Collecting useful statistical data using self-designed and selected methods, including surveys
  • Applying existing economic behavioural models to real-world situations and interpreting findings