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Economics Course Code

Economics Course Code

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Economics Course Code

Do you want to study Economics? or if you have gotten admission in the Department of Economics, here are what you need to know.

SSCE requirement:

 

Five (5) important credit subject include:

1) English

(2) Maths

(3) Literature

(4) Government

5) CRK

Economics is one of the course concern about the study or understanding the process of production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.

Duration of study:  4 years

Note that, all fresh graduate from senior secondary school, by any means of processing admission either through JAMB, etc. to study Economics at any Polytechnic, College of Education and University of your choice, the prerequisite that determines your eligibility for admission is a subject combination of Economics Course.

JAMB – Subject Combination

Economics. – English, Government, Economics, Mathematics

The above subjects are the key requirement to be registered during the jamb admission registration form.

Meanwhile, If you are a newly admitted students, the area of concentration is what we are looking at in this article.

The list of courses you need to study as a first-year or fresh students in any tertiary institution include:

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100 Level Harmattan Semester
Course Code Course Title Pre- Units Status
requisite
MSS 101 Mathematics for Management 3 C
and Social Sciences I
MSS 103 Statistics  for Management and 3 C
Social Sciences I
ECO 101 Introduction to Economics I 3 C
ACC 101 Introduction to Accounting 3 C
BUS 101 Introduction to Business I 3
BFN 101 Introduction to Finance I 2 C
GNS 101 Use of English I 2 R
CIT 111 Introduction to  Information and 2 R
Communication Technology
LIB 101 Use of Library 1
TOTAL 22
Rain Semester
Course Code Course Title Pre- Units Status
requisite
MSS 102 Mathematics for Management 3 C
and Social Science II
MSS 104 Statistics  for Management and 3 C
Social Sciences II
ECO 102 Introduction to Economics II 3 C
ACC 102 Introduction to Accounting II 3 C
BUS 102 Introduction to Business II 3 C
BFN 102 Introduction to Finance II 2 C
GNS 102 Use of English II 2 C
CIT 112 Introduction to Computer 2 C
Programming
TOTAL 21

 

200 Level Harmattan Semester

 

Course Code Course Title Pre- Units Status
requisite
MSS 201 Statistical Methods and MSS 103 3 C
Applications I
ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics I ECO 101 3 C
ECO 203 Applied Economics I 3 C
ECO 205 Mathematics for Economists I MSS  101 or 3 C
102
GNS 201 Nigerian Peoples and Culture 2 R
FRN 221 Basic French 2 R
Elective: Two of the following
ACC 201 Financial Accounting I ACC 101 3 E
BUS 201 Principles of Management I BUS 101 3 E
BFN 201 Principle of Finance I BFN 101 3 E
GRM 203 Human Spatial Organization 2 E
GRM 205 Osun Region 2 E
POL 205 Introduction to   Comparative 3 E
Politics
POL 207 International Political System 3 E
SOC 201 Principles of Sociology I 3 E
SOC 207 Sociology of the Family I 3 E
TOTAL 20/21/
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Rain Semester
Course Code Course Title Pre- Units Status
requisite
MSS 202 Statistical Methods and MSS 104 3 C
Applications II
ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics I ECO 102 3 C
ECO 204 Applied Economics II 3 C
ECO 206 Mathematics for Economists II MSS  101 or 3 C
102
GNS 202 Osun Peoples and Culture 2 C
FRN 222 French for Specific Purposes 2 C
Elective: Two of the following
ACC 202 Financial Accounting II ACC 102 3 E
BUS 202 Principles of Management II BUS 102 3 E
BFN 202 Principles of Finance II BFN 102 3 E
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GRM 204 Introduction to Soil Geography 3 E
GRM 206 Introduction to Population 3 E
Geography
POL 206 Introduction to Public 3 E
Administration
POL 208 Local Government in Nigeria 3 E
SOC 202 Principles of Sociology II 3 E
SOC 208 Sociology of Mass Communication 3 E
TOTAL 22
300 Level Harmattan Semester
Course code Course Title Pre- Units Status
requisite
ECO 301 Microeconomic Theory I ECO 201 3 C
ECO 303 Mathematical Analysis in ECO 205 3 C
Economics
ECO 305 Statistical Analysis in Economics MSS 201 3 C
ECO 307 Elements of Public Finance 3 C
ECO 309 Structure of the Nigerian 2 C
Economy
GNS 301 Entrepreneurial Skills 2 R
Development and Practice
Electives: Two of the following
ECO 311 Money and Banking 2 E
ECO 313 Managerial Economics 2 E
ECO 315 Political Economy 2 E
ECO 317 Labour Economics 2 E
ECO 319 Operation Research 1 MSS 101 or 2 E
102
TOTAL 20
300 Level Rain Semester
Course Code Course Title Pre- Units
requisite Status
ECO 302 Macroeconomic Theory I ECO 202 3 C
ECO 304 Elements of Econometrics MSS  103  or 3 C
104
ECO 306 Project Analysis and Evaluation 3 C
ECO 308 Theories ofGrowth and 3 C
Development
ECO 310 Research Methodology in 3 C
Economics
GNS 302 Introduction to Man and Science 2 R
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Electives: Two of the following
ECO 312 Elements of Financial Economics 2 E
ECO 314 Business Economics 2 E
ECO 316 Public Sector Economics 2 E
ECO 320 Labour Economics II 2 E
ECO 322 Operations Research II MSS  103  or 3 E
104
TOTAL 21/22
400 Level Harmattan Semester
Course Code Course Title Pre- Units Status
requisite
ECO 401 Microeconomic Theory II ECO 301 3 C
ECO 403 Economics of Production 3 C
ECO 405 Elements of Public   Project 3 C
Analysis
ECO 407 History of Economic Thoughts 3 C
ECO 499 Research Project 3 C
Electives: One of the following
ECO 409 Elements of Mathematical ECO 304 3 E
Statistics
ECO 411 International Trade 3 E
ECO 413 Monetary Theory and Policy 3 E
ECO 415 Natural Resources Economics 3 E
ECO 417 Industrial Economics I 3 E
ECO 421 Labour and Industrial Relations 3 E
TOTAL 18
400 Level Rain Semester
Course Code Course Title Pre- Units Status
requisite
ECO 402 Macroeconomic Theory II ECO 302 3 C
ECO 404 Fiscal Policy and Management 3 C
ECO 406 Economic Planning 3 C
ECO 408 Comparative Economic Systems 3 C
ECO 499 Research Project 3 C
Electives: One of the following
ECO 410 Econometric Methods ECO 304 3 E
ECO 412 International Finance 3 E
ECO 414 Economics Public Policy Analysis 3 E
ECO 416 Economics of Developing and 3 E
Emerging Nations
ECO 418 Industrial Economics II 3 E
ECO 420 Problems and Policies of 3 E
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