B.A. (Hons) - Economics

Program Code 32182

Campus Ranchi

Institute Amity School of Economics, Ranchi

University Amity University Jharkhand

Eligibility 10+2 (min 55%) with min. 55% in ...

Duration 3 Years

Selection Process

  • Program Fee (Rs. in Lacs)
  • 1st Year Non Sponsored Semester 0.335

Course Structure

Semester 1

  • Communication Skills - I
  • Business Statistics
  • Fundamental Principles of Law
  • Indian National Movement & Constitution of India
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Studies
  • Principles of Microeconomics

Semester 2

  • Communication Skills - II
  • Statistical Methods in Economics- I
  • Micro Economics- II
  • Fundamentals of Macro Economics - II
  • Fundamentals of Public Finance
  • Agricultural Economy of India - I
  • Summer Project - I

Semester 3

  • Individual Excellence & Social Dynamics
  • Term Paper
  • Statistical Methods in Economics- II
  • Money Banking and Financial Markets
  • Data Analysis - I
  • International Economics- I
  • Economics of Growth and Development
  • Economic System and Society

Semester 4

  • Creativity for Team Excellence
  • Mathematical Methods for Economics - II
  • Industrial Economics
  • Agricultural Economy of India - II
  • Economic System and Society
  • Professional Communication for Recruitment and Employability
  • Values and Ethics for Personal and Professional Development
  • Economics of Growth and Development
  • Economics & E-Commerce
  • Introduction to demography
  • Data Analysis - II

Semester 5

  • Summer Training
  • Receptive and Expressive Communication Skills
  • Group Dynamics and Team Building
  • International Economics- II
  • Application of Legal Laws in Economics
  • Regional Economics
  • Fundamentals of Econometrics-I
  • Basics of Health Economics
  • Labour Economics
  • Fundamentals of Behavioural Economics
  • Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility

Semester 6

  • Major Project
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Economics
  • Labour Economics
  • Economics of Mergers and Acquisitions
  • International Economics- II
  • Social Communication
  • Stress and Coping Strategies