MASTER OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS Program Offered at University of Nairobi

Masters 4 YEARS Fulltime Fee: on application Intake: Ongoing

Masters (Accredited by: University of Nairobi)

About MASTER OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS Masters program.

The School of economics at the University of Nairobi has an outstanding research capacity. Areas of capacity concentration include development economics, health economics, environmental and resource economics, macro economics, trade and finance, industrial and enterprise economics. The School also maintains close interactions with the School of Mathematics, Institute of Development Studies, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, the World Bank, the International Development Research Centre, the Central Bank of Kenya and the Ministry of Finance among other strategic institutions.


Entry requirements for MASTER OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS

Entry requirements to the University of Nairobi for the above programme

1.      Holders of at least an Upper Second Class Honours degree in Economics;

2.      Holders of equivalent degrees or qualifications from other universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Nairobi.


Compulsory Units

Advanced Microeconomics

Advanced Microeconomics II

Advanced Macroeconomics I

Advanced Macroeconomics II

Quantitative Methods I

Quantitative Methods II

Development Economics II

History of Economic Thought

Research paper


Economic Policy Analysis and Planning

Public Finance

Health Economics

International Economics

Monetary Economics

Management Decision Analysis

Evaluation of Investment Projects

Labour and Employment Policies

Agricultural Policy Analysis & Development

Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment

Corporate Finance and Investment

About University of Nairobi

The University of Nairobi is a world-class university committed to scholarly excellence. University of Nairobi mission is to provide quality university education and training and to embody the aspirations of the Kenyan people and the global community through creation, preservation, integration, transmission and utilization of knowledge.

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