Bachelor Degree in Economics and Project Management (BEPM)

  • FeeTZS 1,500,000
  • LevelBachelor Degree
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Duration 3 Years
  • Starting DateOctober, 2022

Description

Economics and project management is designed with the focus of producing graduates with necessary skills and knowledge in the field of economics and project management. The IAA economics and project management graduates are expected to have high expertise in handling profound aspects of economics and social development through formulating sound economic plans and policies as well as implementing them, be insightful problem solver and critical thinker. Furthermore, he/she should be able to make dynamic judgement, empirically test and adapt economics and project management models to the complex economics and project management models to the complex economics and project management graduate must be able to apply the theories and practices learnt to disentangle complex economic and project management challenges with the focus of advancing industrialized economy and the well-being of the people.

What you'll study
Semester I

  • Microeconomics principles
  • Mathematical for economics
  • Project management principles
  • Information and communication technology for project management
  • Development studies
  • Communication skills for managers
Semester II

  • Microeconomics principles
  • Development economics
  • Project Identification
  • Law for project management
  • Project statistical methods
  • Accounting principles
Semester I

  • Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Project feasibility management
  • Project financial management
  • Business management
  • Public finance
  • Project research methodology
Semester II

  • Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Econometrics principles
  • Economic planning and policy
  • Project implementation
  • Project procurement
  • Entrepreneurship & innovation in projects
  • Practical training
Semester I

  • Industrial Economics
  • Project risk management
  • Project tax planning
  • Management skills
  • Principles of human resources management
Semester II

  • Economics of natural resources
  • Intermediate econometrics
  • International economics
  • Monitoring and evaluation principles
  • Project auditing
Entry Requirements

Form Six (VI)

  1. Two principal passes in the following subjects: Economics, Accountancy, Commerce, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture, Geography, History or Advanced Mathematics.
  2. The two principal passes MUST make an aggregate of 4.0 points as a minimum or Foundation Programme of the OUT with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

NTA LEVEL 6

  1. Diploma in Economics and Project Management, Project Planning and Management, Finance, Accountancy, Taxation, Procurement or Insurance.