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Programme requirement

BBA students

Required to take any 6 subjects (18 credits) from the following list in addition to those taken in the core.

At least 9 of the 18 credits required for satisfying the minor programme requirements should be at level 3 or above.

Subject to the approval by the School of Accounting and Finance, a student may count up to 6 credits from their Major/General University Requirements (GUR) towards this minor.  In such case, only 4 subjects from the elective pool willl be required.

Non-BBA students

Required to take the compulsory subjects “Introduction to Economics” (AF1605) and “Global Economic Environment” (AF2602) plus any 4 subjects (12 credits) from the following list of subjects.

At least 9 of the 18 credits required for satisfying the minor programme requirements should be at level 3 or above.

Subject to the approval by the School of Accounting and Finance, a student may count up to 6 credits from their Major/General University Requirements (GUR) towards this minor.  In such case only 4 subjects will be required.

Exclusive Programme(s) & Programme Code(s) Not applicable

 

Credit requirement

Core (compulsory) subjects:  6 credits
Elective subjects: 12 credits
Total credit required: 18 credits

 

List of subjects

Core (compulsory) subjects

Subject code Subject title Level Credit Pre-requisite
AF1605 Introduction to Economics 1 3 Nil
AF2602 Global Economic Environment 2 3 Nil

 

Elective subjects

Subject code Subject title Level Credit Pre-requisite
AF3601 Managerial Economics 3 3 Nil
AF3620 Intermediate Microeconomics 3 3 Introduction to Economics (AF1605) or equivalent 
AF3621 Money and Banking 3 3 Introduction to Economics (AF1605) or equivalent 
AF3622 Analysis of Economic Data 3 3 Nil
AF3626 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 3 Introduction to Economics (AF1605)orGlobal Economic Environment (AF2602)
AF4606 Economic Development of Asia Pacific Countries 4 3 Introduction to Economics (AF1605) or equivalent 
AF4614 International Economics 4 3 Introduction to Economics (AF1605) or equivalent 
AF4615 Financial Economics 4 3 Introduction to Economics (AF1605) or equivalent 

It should be noticed that the offering of elective subjects is subject to staffing resources and student enrolment and not all elective subjects will be offered every single year.





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