department of economics
Department of Economics of NDUB desires to produce economists who will perform not only as professionals but also as leaders because it remains committed to developing and relating Economics to comprehend and better our economy and society.
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Dr. Md. Azizur Rahman
Professor, Chairman, Department of Economics
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About the department
Welcome to the Department of Economics of Notre Dame University Bangladesh. The Department of Economics has been committed towards promoting High Quality Education for those who really want to learn Economics, not the degree only. Department shares fundamental economics as well as applied economics with a wide range & other basic courses to create a complete profile of learning so that they can perform throughout a wide stage of professionals.
The Department of Economics at NDUB is committed to excellence in both teaching and research. Our members include some of the nation’s most distinguished academic economists, who undertake innovative research that extends the frontiers of modern economic analysis, and our programmes are internationally recognised for the exceptional training and scholarship that is provided.
The Department of Economics offers more than 50 courses to complete 120 Credits for BSS degree. Course selection and syllabus is prepared and reviewed with the help of preeminent professors of Bangladesh. The course structure incorporates a balance of Theoretical Study & Quantitative Reasoning.
In MSS program it will train students in modern economic theory, empirical methods and policy matters in a wide variety of specialization.
Department of Economics of NDUB desires to produce economists who will perform not only as professionals but also as leaders because it remain committed to developing and relating Economics to comprehend and better our economy and society.
The Department of Economics offers following program:
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
The Department of Economics has been offering a 4-year undergraduate Degree program since 2014. The 4-year Degree program is spread over twelve trimesters with three trimesters per academic year. Admission is offered thrice a year
Objectives of the department
The programs offered by the Department of Economics are designed to:
- provide a general understanding of the functioning of the economic system and the role of institutions, groups, and regions within that system; and
- prepare the student for employment in industry, the professions, and government, or to pursue graduate work toward such advanced degrees as the M.A., M.B.A., or Ph.D. in economics, business, or related fields.
As a financial risk or investment analyst, our graduates can work for insurance or trading companies, banks hedge funds, and in the public sector. An Auditor, our graduates can work for financial consultancy companies, the Government or NGO’s. As an economic consultant, our graduates canwork forfinancial companies, research institutes, public and private agencies. As financial managers, our graduates can also work for any type of company or public sector.
Get to know our Economics Faculty Members
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The campus is vibrant with activities. There are many opportunities for getting involved in extra-curricular activities at Notre Dame University Bangladesh (NDUB). The instructors may be demanding, yet are very friendly and helpful and so are all the staff and support people. When you need help, there will be help for you.
Department of Economics Notice
Department of Economics Notice
Necessary info on double major, internship/thesis, teaching assistance
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If a student of Batch 1 or Batch 2 decides to pursue a second major, they will be allowed to do so after they complete their internship program. However, if a student of a subsequent batch (Batch 3 or higher) wishes to pursue another major course, they will have to complete all the required academic courses before beginning their internship program.
Those who have capacity to take 5 courses in each trimester, will be allowed to complete 10 (ten) courses of their Major stream in two trimesters. But those who would find 5 courses in each trimester too much, will take two courses in an extra trimester for their second major after completion of the requirements of the first major stream.
This means, the students of third and the following Batches will have to decide about taking a second major before their internship program and then inform the Chairman of the Department. Only after completing all required courses—for both 1st & 2nd majors—they will they will be allowed to begin their internship program.