Economics and Development Studies Courses in Nigeria

Courses Under Economics and Development Studies Degree

On this article, I am going to list out some Economics and Development Studies course outlines in Nigeria Universities which you will study before you can to become an Economics and Development Studies graduate. Normally, a course outline should contain; course name, course description, course hours etc… but I am going to skip that information and go straight to Economics and Development Studies subjects for university students.

I will only list out the subjects that is, course names which will exclude GST Courses and those courses with part II and III to avoid too much information. There is no guarantee that the listed Economics and Development Studies subjects (courses) will be fully covered in your school because universities in Nigeria does not use a uniform curriculum. Nevertheless, you will study 97% of Economics and Development Studies courses listed here.

The following Economics and Development Studies courses listed here do not follow the traditional course structure and they have been arranged in alphabetical order. Notwithstanding, the list here covers 100 level courses, 200 level courses 300 courses and 400 level courses.

 

The following are the list of Core Economics and Development Studies Courses

  • Applied Monetary Economics
  • Applied Statistics
  • Comparative development of India and China
  • Development Economics.
  • Economic Anthropology and Development
  • Economic History
  • Economic Principles
  • Elements of Econometrics
  • Financial Organization and Economic Growth
  • Globalisation, Business and Development
  • History of Economic Thought
  • Industrial Economics
  • Institutions and development
  • Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory.
  • Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Introduction to Development.
  • Introduction to Macro Economics
  • Introduction to microeconomics
  • Introduction to Operational Research
  • Introduction to Public Finance
  • Introductory Applied Economics
  • Introductory Statistics for Social Sciences
  • Justice and development
  • Labour Economics
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Mathematics for Economists
  • Mathematics for Economists
  • Mathematics for Social Scientists
  • Migration, development and environmental change
  • Philosophical Issues in Economic Development
  • Political Economy
  • Sociology and politics of development
  • Structure of The Nigerian Economy

 

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