At the successful completion of the Master Program in Business Economics the student should be able to:
1. Demonstrate an economic problem and draw correct inferences using intermediate qualitative and/or quantitative analysis.
2. Analyze the economic concepts and evaluate the theoretical background about the economic issues.
3. Investigate and critically analyze factors that influence economic decision making in firms and government.
4. Apply ethical principles and core economic ideas to address real world issues and problems.
5. Construct advanced conclusions using previously learned information to deal with the contemporary economic issues and prepare and present oral presentation
6. Apply advanced and effective oral and writing communication skills, using information technology to write highly developed written materials on sophisticated
issues in economics.
7. Evaluate the current status of research and practices in economics and discuss potential ways to contribute to the field.
8. Write a thesis that contributes to further knowledge and understanding in a related specialized field, leading to a conclusions and recommendations that benefit decision makers (Thesis track).