The University offers a flagship 5-year integrated masters in economics, a 2-year masters in economics and a 2-year master’s in financial economics.
The stand-out feature of all of the programs is the complementary education students receive in theory and hands-on application providing a unique blend of exposure to the subject of economics and its allied fields. The alignment of the degrees to international standards, while also being flexible enough to accommodate the proposals of the National Education Program, is a testament to the excellent curriculum offered to students every academic year.
Integrated MSc Economics course outline under NEP – Academic year 2021
Integrated MSc Economics course outline under NEP – Academic year 2022-23 onwards