Bachelor in Economics - Study PlanDrive economic transformation in the digital era
A Unique Bachelor in Economics
The Bachelor in Economics aims to teach young ambitious individuals to build the proper skill set to become professionals capable of facing real-world challenges.
Through our hands-on teaching methodology, students from the Bachelor in Economics will find the perfect ideal balance between what is studied throughout their degree and the projects that are applied based on real-world scenarios.
This will aid them to develop profiles that are able to adapt to new trends happening now in the 21st century.
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Bachelor in Economics Study Plan
Year 4 - ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS TRACK
Year 4 - COUNTRY, SECTOR & POLICY ANALYSIS TRACK
- Basic Courses
- Core Courses
- Elective Courses
- Final Project
- Credits needed to graduate
*This study plan is under revision and may be subject to change.FOR THE MOST UPDATED INFORMATION CONTACT THE ADMISSIONS DEPARTMENT
Preparing for the future of economics requires professionals that understand the very basics of the field and have the skills that adapt to the rapidly changing world we live in. Throughout your first year, you will set the foundations for the rest of your four years by mixing basic economics skills with a modern twist of new challenges. Focusing on the fundamentals of economics while touching on modern programming and writing skills that will prepare you to take on deeper and more complex challenges that are to come. You will touch on theories and begin research to understand how to solve new problems that the world is currently facing.
Understanding how the economy is shaped and governed in different societies around the world is fundamental for a successful future in this field. During your second year, you will begin refining your mathematics, decision-making and strategy skills, entering the study of human behavior and the new economy. Analyzing and interpreting information to understand how it effects the economy. Learning new tools and exploring different situations in order to propose new solutions.
Innovation, technology and GovTech are disrupting this field to the next level. In your third year, you will dive deeper in the technology that is forcing rapid changes to the field. Learn firsthand and keep up to date with the latest strategies that will give you the ability to make the right decisions. Hone your critical thinking skills to prepare you for a future that is becoming more digital than ever. The economist that know how to analyze with different platforms and make decisions based on data are the ones that will make an impact.
Adapt your last year to your interests and focus. By choosing the track in Economic and Financial Analysis for Business, you will do research and focus more on the digital direction that the economy is turning to while applying it to business. In the track on Country, Sector and Policy Analysis you will concentrate on the political science spectrum, on policies, and how cities and environments are shaping the path of the economy.