Department of Economics
The Department of Economics offers one graduate, master, and PhD programme specializing in economics. Those programmes enable students to develop their professional and analytical skills. Firstly, the Department of Economics offers only B. Econ (Economics), which is a full-time course and takes a four-year period. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree, the students can apply for the postgraduate course M.Econ (Economics), which is a two-year full-time programme. Our department’s highest academic degree is the Doctor of Philosophy in Economics (PhD) which was launched in 2011 at Monywa University of Economics. It is a five-year doctorate programme that includes one year of coursework and four years of dissertation preparation. Graduates are intended to be capable of taking advantage of their work opportunities in their study areas. They are fully prepared to address global challenges, particularly in developing economies.
The Master of Public Administration (MPA) is a three-year graduate degree programme in public policy and administration that started in 2000. The programme comprises a number of courses conducted by senior faculty members of Monywa University of Economics, retired experienced public administrators, and executives from nonprofit organizations. Students taking the MPA programme will develop high-level professional policy skills required by employees in the public and private sectors and by non-government organizations. This programme offers and designs valuable opportunities for persons from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds to develop lifelong education.
Position Professor and Head of the Department of Economics
Degree Ph.D. (Economics), M. Econ (Economics), Econ (Hons) (Economics), Dip in English (MUFL)
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