At the successful completion of the Bachelor Program in Business Economics the student should be able to:
1. Explain the core economic terms, concepts, and theories, and the main foundations of microeconomic and macroeconomic disciplines and illustrate them with examples.
2. Utilize critical thinking and problem solving to analyze an economic problem and draw correct inferences using quantitative analysis based on the statistical and econometric tools.
3. Employ the “economic way of thinking” through discussing the application of marginal analysis and explaining the use of benefit/cost analysis.
4. Evaluate theory and critique research within the discipline, and conduct an economic modeling for an economic phenomenon.
5. Apply ethical principles and core economic ideas to address real world issues and problems.
6. Develop oral and written communication skills using appropriate technologies to provide an economic analysis for an economic issue.
7. Utilize research methodologies and descriptive statistical tools to analyze economic data and inferring simple conclusions about any economic phenomena.