Learning Outcomes

  1. Possess an attitude that values rationality, inventiveness, integrity, attention to detail, and accountability.
  2. Able to operate in accordance with socio-economic ideals (pro-welfare, pro-good governance, anti-corruption) while demonstrating empathy, and agile and adaptable enough to adapt to diversity and changes
  3. Mastering terminologies, concepts, and basic economic theory, and can utilize suitable economic terminology while solving an issue
  4. Mastering economic principles, scientific methodology, and economic modelling, to solve socio-economic challenges.
  5. Capable of writing critical written arguments both independently and collectively and convey and explain creatively to a variety of audiences and respond to the arguments of others.
  6. Have data and technology literacy in order to evaluate the appropriate data and information.
  7. Capable of analyzing the relationship between variables by applying related concepts, theories, and economic models.
  8. Can appraise socio-economic issues and challenges and consider ethical implications when making economic judgments.
  9. Able to articulate economic arguments and assess their soundness by utilizing empirical evidence based on a quantitative approach.
  10. Can assess the performance and functioning of markets, institutions, and government entities in influencing and recommending economic policies.

Learning Outcomes