KNUST Economics

By | March 15, 2020

KNUST Economics

The B.A. Economics programme is designed to give students maximum
exibility in the rst, second and nal years. In the rst and second years
students minor in other B.A. programmes (Sociology, Social Work, Political
Studies, History, Geography and Rural Development, Religious Studies, Akan,
English, French, Chinese) offered at different departments of the Faculty of
Social Sciences.
In the rst, second and third years students are required to take approved
courses at other departments of the University aside the Faculty of Social
Sciences. In the nal year students have the option to specialise in three
elective courses (Advanced Econometrics, Monetary Economics, International
Economics, Financial Economics, Public Finance, Environmental and Resource
Economics, Energy Economics, Industrial Economics, Labour Economics and
Health Economics) in addition to two core courses (Advanced
Microeconomics and Advanced Macroeconomics) and a dissertation.
Components of the Programme
Year I Semester I
Elements of Economics I
Mathematics for Economists I
Communication Skills I
Statistical Methods I
Plus Two courses from Second Choice Option
Year I Semester II
Elements of Economics II
Mathematics for Economists II
Introduction to Computers II
Communication Skills II
Statistical Methods II
Plus two courses from Second Choice Option
Year II Semester I
Principles of Economics I
Economy of Ghana I
Statistics for Economists I
Literature in English I
Plus three courses from Second Choice Option
Year II Semester II
Principles of Economics II
Economy of Ghana II
Statistics for Economists II
Literature in English II
Plus three courses from Second Choice Option
Year III Semester I
Intermediate Microeconomics I
Intermediate Macroeconomics I
Mathematical Economics I
Econometrics I
Research Methods in Economics I
Development of Economic Thought
Plus one borrowed course from Other Departments of the University
Year III Semester II
Intermediate Microeconomics II
Intermediate Macroeconomics II
University of Health and Allied
Mathematical Economics II
Econometrics II
Research Methods in Economics II
Development Economics
Plus one borrowed course from Other Departments of the University
Year IV Semester I
Advanced Microeconomics I
Advanced Macroeconomics I
Plus any three of the following elective courses
Advanced Econometrics I
Monetary Economics I
International Economics I
Financial Economics I
Public Finance I
Environmental and Resource Economics I
Industrial Economics I
Energy Economics I
Labour Economics I
Health Economics I
Year IV Semester II
Advanced Microeconomics II
Advanced Macroeconomics II
Plus any three of the following elective courses
Advanced Econometrics II
Monetary Economics II
International Economics II
Financial Economics II
Public Finance II
Environmental and Resource Economics II
Industrial Economics II
Energy Economics II
Labour Economics II
Health Economics II

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