BSc (Hons.) with Major in Economics & Minor in Media Studies
Areas: Economics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Management, Banking, Finance, Development, Trade, Econometrics, Financial Markets, Mass Media, Marketing, New Media Technologies, Digital Photography, Journalism
Duration: 4 years, 8 semesters
Career Paths: Media research, Media Marketing, journalism, publishing, New Media Development, Banking and Financial Sector, Commerce and industry, Research organizations, Regulatory Bodies, Planning and Development Institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations.
1. 75% of the tuition fees for all students securing 90% or higher marks in intermediate or 3As in A levels (continued or awarded conditional on maintaining 3.8 or higher CGPA with full workload)
2. 50% of the tuition fees for all students securing 80-89% or 2As in A levels (continued or awarded conditional on maintaining 3.5-3.8 CGPA with full workload)
Need Based Scholarship
Up to 100% subject to assessment of the need, certain verifications and competence
Beaconhouse Group Patronage Scholarship
100% admission fee waiver for all graduates of Beaconhouse School System or its affiliates.
Here are some routes graduates can pursue:
Media research, public relations and marketing, journalism, publishing new media development, Banking and Financial Sector, Commerce and industry, Research organizations, Regulatory Bodies, Planning and Development Institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations,
The distribution of credits indicates the priorities of the program: a deep, broad and structured training in core areas of economics built on the foundation of a liberal arts training as embodied in the non-economics core, and the room to explore a variety of subjects within and beyond the confines of economics.
- To equip students with the standard conceptual tools and language of the economics discipline and profession, so as to allow students to participate in contemporary global conversations and debates.
- Courses in Economics program allow students to participate in conversations and debates not only on the margins of the economics discipline, but also to converse with critical voices within the mainstream.
- To equip students with the tools of quantitative and empirical analysis which economics students today are expected to be familiar with.
Those who would like to opt for Double Major program should have a minimum of 3.00 CGPA. Students will be able to choose double majors at the beginning of their third semester.
The Major in Finance courses (see Table 2 below) will introduce students to a broad range of subjects including banking, financial statement and reporting, banking laws and regulations, financial markets and institutions, and accounting. These wide ranges of topics will establish the theoretical understanding of actual models that allows for the pricing of risk and valuation of future cash flows. First 10 courses listed in Table 2 are compulsory courses for major in finance.
Transfer of the students from other related schools/programs would be permissible for only those students who have secured minimum 2.0 CGPA.
Students are required to complete 132 credit hours in order to complete the degree.