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Graduates of a Bachelor in Economics will be able to analyse in-depth circumstances surrounding the realm of Macroeconomics or Microeconomics. These two areas cover subjects such as fiscal policy, inflation, pricing, consumers or markets. This knowledge allows graduates to perform in different positions, in all the industries within the private and the public sector.
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Top Bachelor Programs in Economic Studies in Zimbabwe 2019
This is a 4-year program on full time as well as parallel. The curriculum of this program emphasizes on an integrated approach whereby the student will acquire a basic ed
This is a 4-year program on full time as well as parallel. The curriculum of this program emphasizes on an integrated approach whereby the student will acquire a basic education to develop his intellectual and analytical ability while at the same time acquiring the body of knowledge and skills in professional management. As such, the first two years will be spent mainly in basic education in the older disciplines of Mathematics, Communication, Economics, and Humanities while the remaining two years will be devoted mainly to specialized subjects in accounting, economics, marketing, finance, human resources management, risk management, quantitative analysis, and public sector management.
This program's aims and objectives are to give an introduction to the theoretical foundation of the principles of economics; identifying key paradigm shifts in the contem
This program's aims and objectives are to:
Give an introduction to the theoretical foundation of the principles of economics.
Identifying key paradigm shifts in the contemporary world and their likely impact on economics.
Identifying and critically analyze theories and models that shape the subject of economics and their application to the whole economic divide in policy formulation, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation.
Give students a broader perspective of the business environment within which economic decisions are made and their likely impact on economic performance at corporate national and international levels.
Blend economic theory and industrial practice through case studies and student experiences in work-related learning. The emphasis on real situations, examples, and cases is envisaged to help students go beyond learning foundational concepts and skills and gain exposure to a wide range of contemporary scenarios and opportunities to provide solutions to economic problems that characterize the ever-evolving operating environment.
Students must satisfy conditions for entry to undergraduate degree programs stipulated in the General Regulations.
For entry into the Faculty of Commerce, students must have passed 5 subjects at Ordinary level (or its equivalent).
The 5 subjects at an Ordinary level should include the English Language with at least a C grade.
Apart from 5 subjects at an Ordinary level, a student must have passed at least two subjects at „A‟ level. Preference shall be given to candidates with A‟ level Management of Business, Business Studies, Sociology or any Arts subjects.
In approved cases, a student may be exempted from...
This program's aims and objectives are to equip current practitioners in Accounting and Finance with the requisite knowledge and skills to improve the management of finan
This program's aims and objectives are to:
Equip current practitioners in Accounting and Finance with the requisite knowledge and skills to improve the management of financial accounting, financial management, and investment analysis.
Equip potential practitioners in Accounting and Finance with the requisite knowledge and skills for fluid entry into the industry.
Continuously research and disseminate the latest knowledge on contemporary developments in accounting, auditing, finance and investment, and related fields.
Identify and analyze key paradigm shifts in the contemporary world and their impact on Accounting and Finance.
Blend the theory of Accounting and Finance with its practical application within the corporate and industrial space through case studies and student experiences.
For entry into the Program, students must have passed 5 subjects at Ordinary Level (or its equivalent) including English and Mathematics with at least a C grade.
Apart from five (5) subjects at Ordinary Level, a student must have passed at least two subjects at the Advanced Level, preferably Management of Business, Accounting, Economics, Mathematics, and Geography.
In approved cases, a student may be exempted from Part I courses on condition that the student does not complete the full-time program in less than three full academic years.
Among exempted Part I candidates’ credit should not be given in excess of the number of courses offered in that part.
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