Bachelor Degree in International Economics in Prishtina in Kosovo

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International Economics

Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.

BA in International Economics focuses on the aspects of doing trade and marketing on international perspective with keen focus on the financial economics that drive the international markets.

Kosovo is a region in southeastern Europe. In antiquity, the Dardanian kingdom, and later Roman province of Dardania was located in the region.

The capital city of Kosovo, Prishtina is known as an industrial city. Prishtina has various good universities like University of Prishtina and Prishtina Summer International University. These institutions provide good quality education in diversified degree programs for all students.

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Bachelor in Economics and Statistics

RIT Kosovo™
Campus Full time 2 - 4 years September 2017 Kosovo Prishtina

The economics concentration emphasizes the quantitative analytical approach to dealing with economic problems in both the public and private sectors, providing students with marketable skills and the intellectual foundation for career growth. [+]

Bachelors in International Economics in Prishtina in Kosovo. Economics & Statistics Concentration (24 credits) The economics concentration emphasizes the quantitative analytical approach to dealing with economic problems in both the public and private sectors, providing students with marketable skills and the intellectual foundation for career growth. Graduates are prepared for entry-level managerial and analytical positions in both industry and government and to pursue graduate studies in economics, business, and law. The economics curriculum develops communication, computational, and management skills in addition to economic reasoning and quantitative abilities. The program's required courses develop student's abilities to apply economic analysis to real-world problems. Liberal arts courses enhance oral and written communication skills. Business courses include accounting and finance. Quantitative analytical skills are developed by a course sequence that includes computer science, mathematics, and statistics. Pre-requisite course: ECON – 101 Principles of Microeconomics Required courses: ECON – 201 Principles of Macroeconomics* (ECON-101) ECON – 403 Econometrics I* (MTSC – 112 and MTSC – 211) ECON – 431 Monetary Analysis and Policy* (ECON-101 and ECON-201) ECON – 444 Public Finance* (ECON-101 and ECON-201) ECON – 448 Development Economics* (ECON-101 and ECON-201) Electives: ECON – 441 Labor Economics* (ECON-101 and ECON-201) ECON – 421 Natural Resource Economics* (ECON-101 and ECON-201) ECON – 405 International Trade and Finance* (ECON-101 and ECON-201) ECON – 422 Benefit-Cost Analysis* (ECON-101 and ECON-201) *These courses have prerequisites or co-requisites as noted in parentheses. [-]