ABOUT B.A (HONS) IN ECONOMICS
B.A (Hons) in economics is one of the rigorous course at Delhi University.
This course is considered as a sense of pride for the students of Economics Hons because this is not for everyone.
Those who are really interested in the field of market and share or about the international scenario can get into this field.
B.A (HONS) in economics is all about share market, international markets, imports and exports, demands and supply, graphs, and statistics.
Be clear with the fact that this course is not as easy as it was in 12th because you will be going to study an honors course, there is the requirement of in-depth knowledge of every concept.
If you want to score well, you need to be very clear with your concepts because the level of the question is quite high and demands clear concepts.
Students who are ready to study a lot, then this course will definitely incline you towards success.
You must have studied mathematics in 10+2, then only get admission in this course.
ROLE OF MATHEMATICS IN B.A (HONS) IN ECONOMICS
Mathematics plays an important role in this course. The level of mathematics is also quite high.
It totally depends upon your practice because mathematics is something that required practice, the more you practice, the more good result will come.
Apart from this, you need to study mathematics in the first 4 semesters.
you can cope up with the level of mathematics if your concepts are clear, and you are in regular practice.
Also, read – B.COM (HONS) complete information
- ST. STEPHENS COLLEGE
- DELHI SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
- RAMJAS COLLEGE
- MIRANDA HOUSE
- HANSRAJ COLLEGE
- HINDU COLLEGE
- KIRORI MAL COLLEGE
- SRI VENKATESHWARA
DEBATING SOCIETIES- Students can take part in debating society because it enriches students confidence and helps to develop more skills for this particular field
Like students ready to discuss the international scenario, how political conditions of country affect economic systems, and so on.
MUN SOCIETIES- Students from this course must take participate in MUNs society because it helps to develop public speaking skills and knowledge of critical understanding.
Also read – You need to know about DU societies
Apart from this every college have its own departmental societies where only students of particular departments can take part.
Also read- B.A (Hons) in Political Science
Economics Core Course 1: Introductory Microeconomics Economics
Economics Core Course 2: Mathematical Methods for
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)-I
Generic Elective (GE) Course-I
Economics Core Course 3: Introductory Macroeconomics
Economics Core Course 4: Mathematical Methods for
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)-II
Generic Elective (GE) Course-II
Economics Core Course 5: Intermediate Microeconomic
Economics Core Course 6: Intermediate Macroeconomic, Economics Core Course 7: Statistical Methods for Economics
Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)-I
Generic Elective (GE) Course-III
Economics Core Course 8: Intermediate Microeconomics-II, Economics Core Course 9: Intermediate Macroeconomics-II, Economics Core Course 10: Introductory Econometrics
Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)-II Generic Elective (GE) Course-IV
Economics Core Course 11: Indian Economy-I
Economics Core Course 12: Development Economics-I
Discipline-Specific Elective (DSE) Course-I (From List of
Discipline-Specific Elective (DSE) Course-II (From List of Group-I)
Economics Core Course 13: Indian Economy-II
Economics Core Course 14: Development Economics II
Discipline-Specific Elective (DSE) Course-III (From List of Group-II)
Discipline-Specific Elective (DSE) Course-IV (From List of Group-II)
- Go for higher studies like post-graduation.
- Work as a consultant.
- Work as an economic analyst
- Financial resource management
- Civil services
- Content writer