The world economy today is constantly evolving by taking a new shape, becoming complex in design. Understanding the dynamics of the modern world economy has been one of the key objectives of the economics department at Nile University.
The course covers the fundamentals of how economies operate around the world and enables you to make sense of the numbers behind the markets. You’ll have the opportunity to develop your analytical skills through the study of econometrics and deepen your understanding of the global economy.
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You will study the following modules:
Entry requirements for this course are normally:
* Must have at least 5 O’level credits, including English, in no more than 2 sittings.
** For complete requirements, please check the 2019/2020 Jamb Brochure.
DIRECT ENTRY: Available
UTME SUBJECTS: Government/History and any two Arts or Social Science subjects.
O’LEVEL SUBJECTS: Government/History and any three Arts or Social Science subjects
The course will be taught in lecture and tutorials. The students will be encouraged to do assignments and homework periodically (as deemed necessary) to aid learning and mastery of the course. Hands on laboratory practical’s will also form part of the learning environment.
Opportunities for course progression include the traditional to postgraduate Economics courses.
In 2019/20 the full-time tuition fee undergraduate students on this course will be N2,400,000 (this is the total fee for the programme).
Tuition fees will cover the cost of your study at the University as well as charges for registration, tuition, supervision and examinations. For more information about funding, fees and finance please see link Fees and Finance
The Sectoral Advisory Board (SAB) was formed with the goal of creating a bridge between industry (private/public and national/international institutions) and academics considering the latest requirements of the industry and incorporating necessary components in the curriculum regarding overall development of the department.
Main Objectives of the SAB:
1- Development of
a) Curriculum of the department
b) Syllabus of the courses in the department
c) Institutional relationships
2- Increase the potential of
Roles and Responsibilities of the SAB:
The roles and responsibilities of SAB are as follows:
The SAB develops and recommends new or revised programme goals and objectives.
The Sectoral of "X" Advisory Board advises the department head on matters related to undergraduate, postgraduate, research and outreach programs, including but not limited to curricula, accreditation, new programs, recruitment of students and faculty, and investment of resources.
Structure of the SAB:
The SAB is composed of members from eminent institutions as well as members from industry and members of faculty of the department. The chairman of the Board is the head of the department.
The Board meets twice per academic year.
Members of the SAB:
The current members of the Sectoral Advisory Board are: