Qualification of Applicant

Prospective MEM students must have an undergraduate degree in  related fields. Mathematics is essential for the study in the MEM Program. In addition, English proficiency is necessary for the extensive class reading and discussion. Applicant should meet the program’s specified English proficiency requirements.

Program Structure

Courses

Plan A

Plan B

1. Remedial Courses

No credit

No credit

2. Basic Courses

6 credits

6 credits

3. Core Courses

9 credits

9 credits

4. Major Courses

9 credits

9 credits

5. Elective Courses

-

9 credits

6. Independent Study

 

3 credits

7. Master  Thesis

12 credits

 

8. Qualifying Examination

Qualifying  Exam

- Qualifying  Exam

- Oral Exam

Total credits

36 credits

36 credis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum Plan

Plan A

First Year Semester 1

XXXX

Remedial Courses (If nesscessary)

Non Credit

EX 5001

Essentials of Economics

3 Credits

EX 5002

Data Analysis for Executive Decision

3 Credits

EX 6001

Analysis of Open Economy

3 Credits

First Year Semester 2

EX 6002

Managerial Economics

3 Credits

EX 6003

Economic Policy

3 Credits

EX 7xxx

Major Courses 1

3 Credits

Second Year Semester 1

EX 7xxx

Major Courses 2

3 Credits

EX 7xxx

Major Courses 3

3 Credits

EX 9000

Thesis

3 Credits

 

 

Second Year Semester 2

EX 9000

Thesis

9 Credits

 

Plan B

First Year Semester 1

XXXX

Remedial Courses (If Necessary)

Non Credit

EX 5001

Essentials of Economics

3 Credits

EX 5002

Data Analysis for Executive Decision

3 Credits

EX 6001

Analysis of Open Economy

3 Credits

 

 

 

First Year Semester 2

EX 6002

Managerial Economics

3 Credits

EX 6003

Economic Policy

3 Credits

EX 7xxx

Major Courses 1

3 Credits

 

 

Second Year Semester 1

EX 7xxx

Major Courses 2

3 Credits

EX 7xxx

Major Courses 3

3 Credits

EX 7xxx

Elective Courses 1

3 Credits

 

 

Second Year Semester 2

EX 7xxx

Elective Courses 2

3 Credits

EX 7xxx

Elective Courses 3

3 Credits

EX 9000

Independent Study

3 Credits