- The Faculties and the Graduate Schools
- About the Graduate Schools
- The Graduate School of Economics
The Graduate School of Economics
Through a combination of theoretical and demonstrative economics education and research guidance, the Graduate School of Economics inculcates an ability to identify and analyze issues and design policy solutions and fosters highly-specialized business professionals who can be successful in local communities and global world.
The Graduate School of Economics aims to nurture the development of high-level specialists with advanced skills in the following areas:
- Identifying socioeconomic phenomena at the regional and international levels and drawing on cutting-edge research findings to frame these in economic terms;
- Performing demonstrative analyses utilizing the scientific data that underpins economics theory
- Predicting future trends in regional and global economies and developing policy solutions to address specific phenomena
The unique and challenging curriculum includes dedicated subjects such as Environmental Economics and Regional Economic Policy designed to equip students with practical applied skills integrated with high-level specialized knowledge.
Courses such as Principles of Economic Theory, Principles of Finance, International Finance and Econometrics focus upon theoretical and analytical issues, as well as information, while Economic Policy, Labor Policy, Environmental Economics and Regional Development cover regional economic policy.