The stakeholders of this programme is expected to acquire the skill and knowledge in the following areas
- Critical Thinking Skills: Students are expected to understand and appreciate the relevance of economics theories and relate it with the real world situations and are able to evaluate economic policies of the government.
- Quantitative Reasoning Skills: Students are expected to understand and use different statistical tools, interpret statistical results and conduct appropriate statistical analysis of the data in hand.
- Problem-Solving Skills: Students are expected to be able to solve problems that have clear solutions and to address problems that do not have clear answers and explain conditions under which these solutions may be correct.
- Communication Skills: Students are expected to communicate in written, oral and graphical form about specific issues and develop issue based arguments of the economy supported by evidence.