Abroad Education Home



Designed in conjunction with employers and key academic staff, the Economics and Management degree enables students to study Economics (offering the world of business), along side the broader subject of management. The degree provides a detailed knowledge of Economics while keeping the emphases on employability. Many graduate employers regard Economics graduates as highly sought-after members of the business team as they offer a more theoretical and conceptual approach to the business world.

Program Outline
The Economics and Management students also start to specialize. Whilst the program is helping to develop the theoretical understanding of the two subjects, the teaching will still be practically relevant and grounded in the management education tradition. The program is more focused on the analysis of companies' main strategic functions and emphasizes the application of economic theories to both policy analysis and the understanding of business organizations.

Subject Guide
Business Decision Analysis; Economic Environment of Business; English Legal Method and Contract Law; Foundations of Management; Information Technology in Business; International Perspectives; Introduction to Economics; Introduction to Financial Accounting; Introduction to Management Accounting; Introduction to Marketing Management; Organizational Behavior; Principles of Operations Management; Quantitative Techniques; Business Policy; Strategic Finance for Decision Making; Foundations of Management; Business Game; Public Policy and Public Services; Principles of Microeconomics; Principles of Macroeconomics; Introduction to Econometrics; Industrial Organization and Strategy; International Business Environment; International Business Economics; Emerging and Transition Economies; Strategic Management; Economics of Business Organization; Applied Economics and Forecasting; Economics of Regulation; Industrial Policy; Economics of Multinational Enterprise; Economics of Innovation; Macroeconomic Policy; Advanced Financial Management.

Career Prospects
Graduates in Economics are usually employed in a variety of commercial sectors, as well as in government agencies, consulting and charitable organizations around the world. Economics graduates are usually highly valued because of their analytical skills and capability of analyzing real-life problems in abstract terms.

Business Programs:
Accounting for Management (AFM)
Business and Management (BAM)
Business Administration
Business Computing and IT (BCIT)
Economics and Management (EAM)
Human Resource Management (HRM)
International Business and Economics (IBE)
International Business and Modern Languages (IBML)
International Business and Management (IBAM)
Managerial and Administrative Studies (MAS)
Marketing (MKTG)
Public Policy and Management
Please select the course below to get detail information about the course and its career prospects.

Contents of this website are specially designed for Indian, Nepali, Pakistani, Indonesian, Chinese, Hong Kong, Sri Lankan, Filipino, Malaysian, Bangladeshi  and other Asian students
   Privacy Policy l Terms and Conditions l Advertising info l Site Map l Contact us