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Economics

Economics as a theme touches all aspects of our lives in a variety of ways, including human behavior and its interaction with society on financial issues. At Avantika, you will be exposed to study and learn the relationship between why people, businesses, and governments usually make the choices they do while dealing with economic factors, along with excellent training on economic theories, their practical applications to understand inflation, investment, and many other issues.

Following is the semester-wise course content for the B.Sc Economics program, after the Foundation course:

Semester III
  1. Macro A
  2. Micro A
  3. Bridge course in Math/Stats with Economics- and Finance-related problems
  4. Written Analysis and Communication
  5. Economic History
Semester IV
  1. Macro B
  2. Micro B
  3. Basics of Accounting
  4. Money and Financial Systems
  5. Emerging Nation Economies
  6. Research Methodology
Semester V
  1. Behavioural Economics
  2. Econometrics
  3. Commercial Law
  4. Financial Management
  5. Digital Age Economics
Semester VI
  1. Three courses will be common and need to be identified and one course to be chosen from the track.

Tracks

  1. Policy Track:
    • Agriculture Resource Policies
    • Environmental Economics
    • Institutional Economics and Trade Blocs
    • Management of Financial Institutions
    • Industrial Economics
  2. International Track
    • International Trade and Banking
    • International Financial Management
    • Institutional Economics and Trade Blocs
  3. Analyst Track
    • Political Economy and Systems
    • Law, Economics and Development
    • Transport Economics