• Development Economics

    The undergraduate program in Development Economics was established in 1991 with the aim to equip learners with knowledge and skills to analyze, plan, organize and implement socio-economic development policies.

    The program apllies a credit training system with 134 credits, (excluding Physical Education and Defense Education modules) including general knowledge blocks, industry knowledge blocks and knowledge blocks. specialized. The curriculum is designed according to a flexible route that allows students to plan their own study and complete the program from 3.5 to 6 years.

    The Bachelor's degree in Development Economics creates a strong foundation for students to work in socio-economic organizations at the national, sectoral, regional and local levels (province, district, commune), international organizations, non-governmental organizations, economic units of all economic sectors; consciously comply with professional ethics; have the computer skills, foreign languages, knowledge and skills to adapt to the rapidly changing modern economic environment, and the necessary abilities for lifelong learning goals.

    We pride ourselves on our outstanding results in our students' academic and extra-curricular activities. Students are equipped with the necessary expertise and skills to stay at the forefront of activities.