MA Economics

Course information

  • Category: Post Graduation
  • Eligibility: Eligibility 1. A pass in the graduate degree examination under the 10+2+3 or 11+1+3. 2. Candidates having a direct U.G., Degree (without +2 qualification) and candidates having a direct P.G. Degree (without U.G. Degree) are not eligible.
  • Goal:

    The rapid changes in economy have prompted for better quality of research in the field for emerging with effective principles in the field. The purpose of studying economics is to discover new strategies that provoke improving fiscal and trading components of a country or trading organizations. Masters in Economics prepares students with certain aspects of monetary, trading and frugal studies. It aims to guide future economists of being capable to analyze the economics principles and using them effectively.
  • Scope:

    Economists work as consultants, public policy analysts, financial managers, health insurance analysts and much more. One thing most of these career paths have in common, however, is the need for a master's degree to get your foot in the door and/or work your way through the ranks. Types of careers in economics that typically either require or benefit from a master’s degree include:

    Economist
    Consultant
    Professor
    Policy Analyst
    Budget Analyst
    Market Researcher
    Data Scientist
    Statistician

MA Economics



The MA Economics course is designed to meet the growing demand for those of you who seek a degree combining a solid training in microeconomic and macroeconomic principles with quantitative methods and research informed applied economics units.

I YEAR

Subject Code Subject Marks Total Credit
510 Micro Economics 100 50
520 Agricultural Economics 100 50
530 Economic Statistics 100 50
540 Development Planning 100 50
550 International Economics 100 50

II YEAR

Subject Code Subject Marks Total Credit
610 Macro Economics 100 50
620 Monetary Economics 100 50
630 Fiscal Economics 100 50
640 Economics of Growth and Development 100 50
650 Environmental Economics (Optional) 100 50
651 Regional Economics(Optional) 100 50