Admissions
2017

Admissions
2017

B.A Corporate Economics

Course Content

This course follows, “Regulations for Under Graduate Programmes under Choice Based Course Credit Semester System and Grading, 2013” envisaged by the University Grants Commission and the Higher Education Council of Kerala. The Programme shall be completed in six semesters. Each semester is a minimum of 18 instructional weeks, comprising 90 working days with continuous internal evaluation and University examination at the end of each semester.

 

The principal aims and objectives of the BA  Corporate  Economics programme are:

  1. Forecasting , information provision, policy analysis and consulting.
  2. Monitoring current economic trends.
  3. Developing unique insights on how external events affect the domestic economy.
  4. Monitors and disseminates key indicators such as inflation, employment, interest rates  and exchange rates.
  5. Catering to the requirements of the corporate world and this would offer immense career opportunities in corporate firms, banking, finance  and insurance sectors as market analysts, finance analysts , economists etc.
  6. Preparing  of forecasts of variables influencing the operations  of corporate firms at various levels, for both planning and budgeting.
  7. The  monitoring of the economy and other factors on a continuous basis.
  8. Responding to the current problems facing corporates or parts thereof which involve problem- definition, detailed analysis, generating alternative solutions.

 

 Semester

                                Theory

              Practical

          1

English-I (Common)

Micro economics-I (Core)

Elementary Statistics for Economics-I(Core)

Mathematics for Economics-I(Core)

Financial Accounting-I(Core)

Financial Administration-I(Core)

 

 

 

         2

English-I (Common)

Micro economics-II(Core)

Elementary Statistics for Economics-II(Core)

Mathematics for Economics-II(Core)

Financial Accounting-II(Core)

Financial Administration-II(Core)

 

 

          3

Indian Economy and Reforms-I(Core)

Monetary Economics-I(Core)

Managerial Economics-I(Core)

Cost Accounting(Core)

Marketing Management(Core)

International Economics-I(Core)

 

 

          4

Indian Economy and Reforms-II(Core)

Monetary Economics-II(Core)

Managerial Economics-II(Core)

Economics of Financial Markets(Core)

Computer Application in Corporate Environment Theory and Practical-I(Core)

 

 

      LAB

           5

Macro economics-I(Core)

Fiscal economics-I(Core)

Entrepreneurship Development and Strategic Management-I(Core)

Principles and Practice of Management(Core)

 Computer application in Corporate Environment Theory and Practical-II(Core)

Open course

 

 

 

 

  LAB

         6

Macro economics-II(Core)

Fiscal economics-II(Core)

Entrepreneurship Development and Strategic Management-II(Core)

Business Communication(Core)

Economics of Human Resource Management(Core)

Project  and Viva voce examination

 

 

 

 

 

Value Added courses

  1. Fundamentals of accounting
  2. Computer Fundamentals
  3. CMAT/Bank PO

 

Value Added Courses for Students of other Departments

Indian Fiscal Economics

OPEN COURSES

Open Course 1 – Fundamentals of Economics

Open Course-II- Foundations of Environmental Economics

Open Course III – Agricultural Economics

Open Course IV – Demography

OPEN COURSE- V- Travel and Tourism Management

 

Project Works

 

All students must do a project. It can be done individually or as a group. However, the viva voce examination on this project will be conducted individually. The projects are to be identified during the V semester of the programme with the help of the supervising teacher. The report of the project is to be submitted to the department for valuation by the examiners appointed by the University.

           A project is a scientific and systematic study of real issue or a problem intended to resolve the issue with application of concepts, principles, theories and processes. It should entail scientific collection, analysis and interpretation of data to valid conclusions.