PROGRAM QUALIFICATIONS

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Program Qualifications

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To know the fundamental concepts in economics and associated social sciences, and relate these concepts to each other.

2

To know the quantitative and qualitative methods and computer skills necessary for testing hypotheses derived from economic theories for the purpose of contributing towards the solution of economic problems.

3

To acquire the necessary knowledge for gathering and processing data, and for building up the scientific research capacity to guide economic policy.

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To specialize in some of the sub-disciplines of economics, and to gain interdisciplinary analytical skills by making connections between those sub-disciplines and other social sciences.

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To have the ability to question, interpret, and analyze the findings of economic studies.

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To develop the ability to present in writing as a report and verbally as a presentation the knowledge acquired through education.

7

To be able to work in teams, and when necessary to rise up to the challenge individually.

8

To gain life-long learning and study skills.

9

To be able to assess one's need for advanced study and to make plans accordingly by using the critical and analytical thinking skills gained during undergraduate studies.

10

To gain the ability to use a language at least at the Level B1 of the European Language Portfolio to follow economic news and developments, and to communicate with colleagues.

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To maintain scientific, social, and ethical standards when collecting, interpreting, and disseminating economic information, and in application of economic ideas.

12

To be conscious of social and environmental needs.

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To develop an open-minded attitude towards new ideas and developments.