Economics courses are designed to meet two different but related needs. The introductory courses provide a foundation of economic knowledge that every citizen should have in a modern complex society. The coverage is broad enough to include an understanding of economic decision making by individual firms as well as the determination of income, employment, money supply, and related information for the national economy as a whole.

Advanced courses, designed primarily for economics and business majors, build on this foundation by covering in a greater depth specific economic topics. They attempt to prepare the student for economic research or management positions in financial institutions, industrial organizations or government, or graduate study and teaching.



The O’level subject combination and requirements needed to study Economics;

You require; Five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any two of Arts or Social Science subjects.