Name of EXit Award Bachelor of Economics (Development Economics Option)
Date Started 2013-2014 at Kibungo campus
Faculty Faculty of Economics and Business Studies

Entry requirements
"To be admitted to this program| a candidate must hold an A level certificate with a at least two-principal passes or other evidence of ability to study on the programme which is considered equivalent."

LEVEL I: Number of students ( AY 2014-2015): 31

Module nameHoursCredits
Information Technology 150 15
Mathematics 200 20
Study and Research skills 100 10
Principles of Economics 150 15
Principles of Management 150 15
Fundamentals of Accounting and Accounting Information Systems 150 15
Basic communication skills in English 100 10
Humanities 200 20
Total 1200 120


LEVEL II: Number of students (AY 2014-2015
):

Module titleHours Credit
Business Communication 100 10
Entrepreneurship 200 20
Financial Mathematics 150 15
Marketing 150 15
Project Management 200 20
Business Law 200 20
Statistics 200 20
Total 1200 120

LEVEL III: 46

Module titleHours Credit
Theories of Development 100 10
Microeconomics 200 20
Mathematics Applied to Economics 100 10
Econometrics 200 20
Total 600 60

LEVEL IV

ModuletitleHours Credit
Environmental Economics 100 10
Industrial Economics 100 10
Labor Economics 100 10
Macroeconomics 200 20
Managerial economics 100 10
Total 600600 60

LEVEL V: Number of students (AY 2014-2015): 0

Module title Hours Credit
Operations research 100 10
International Economics 150 15
Governance and Development 100 10
Research Methodology 150 15
Public Sector Economics 100 10
Organizational behavior 100 10
Industrial Attachment 200 20
Dissertation 300 30
Total 1200 120