Programme Details

M.A. (Hons) Business Economics Admission 2019-20

A Masters in Business Economics course explores the relationship between global capital markets and international macroeconomics. Although the curriculum may vary from one institution to the next, you can expect to study essentials of finance, international finance, mergers and acquisitions, managerial economics, international trade. Top MA Business Economics degree college programmes often combine research, coursework, essays, exams, group projects and a thesis spread throughout the course.

To give you an MA Business Economics program overview, this two years full-time programme focuses on the analysis of macro and microeconomics, industrial economics, business finance, operations, law aspects of a business. Creating management professionals who can apply economics theories in effective management is the core objective of this programme.

Benefits Of Studying M.A.(Business Economics)
  • Being a developing economy moving at a fast pace, India sees a roll out of startups looking for skilled professionals like consultants, policy advisors, business analysts, to transform nascent businesses to large-scale enterprises.
  • Because the course helps in gaining decision-making skills that have a direct impact on the success of the business, government agencies, institutions are in need of such professionals.
  • There are higher study options for doing PhD and pursuing research in economics.
Value Addition You Get From Sanip University

At Sandip University you will be receiving tuition from some of the best faculties in a world-class infrastructural setup. A part of your faculty will be specially invited to share their wealth of experience and knowledge with you. We offer up-to-date syllabus with modern pedagogy and placement cell that makes students job-ready.

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