This degree provides the analytical and practical skills needed to contribute effectively to the formulation, implementation and evaluation of macroeconomic policy in developing and transitional countries. It provides training in practical macroeconomic techniques and quantitative analysis within the wider context of development policy.
The course is designed for those intending to undertake professional work within economic development, government institutions (e.g. central banks, planning ministries), universities and other institutions involved in training, consultancy, research and policy formulation.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission