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Bachelor's in Economics

Program Summary

Economics is the study of how consumers, companies and governments together make decisions on resource allocation. The study of economics is central to understanding and analyzing national and international policy-making, financial markets and economic systems.


Program Description

Kardan University’s Economics Department offers an integrated curriculum broadening students’ knowledge and skills through core, specialization and general courses. The medium of instruction is English.


Specializations

Kardan University offers specializations in Finance and General Economics for students wishing to acquire specialized knowledge and skills in economics. Students generally opt for specializations during the senior years of their university studies. Please review Kardan University’s course catalogue for detailed course descriptions.


Summary of Courses

Category Details
Core Courses 80
Specialization Courses 16
General Courses 36
Thesis 6
Total 138

Financial Information

Kardan University delivers high quality education in a world-class environment. Our fee structure reflects the high academic quality and modern learning standards. Students can apply for merit scholarships and financial aid through the Scholarships and Financial Aid Office. Both male and female students can benefit from up to 800 scholarship and financial aid options.

Program Bachelor of Economics
Fee per Credit 3300 AFN
Admission Fee 1000 AFN per Semester
Monthly Average 9488 AFN
Total Program Fee 463, 400 AFN