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Economics is the study of how choices made by individuals, business firms, governments, and other organizations determine the way a society’s resources are used.
Economics will help you understand how markets work, how choices and tradeoffs are made in the face of limited resources, and how these affect outcomes such as savings, taxation, economic growth, income inequality, healthcare and pollution levels in society.
An economics degree will provide you with more than an understanding of how markets and economies function.
It will teach you how to systematically analyze a wide range of social issues using theory and data, and will provide you with insights into a number of questions involving politics, law, history, environment, development and resource use.
At The University of Winnipeg, an Economics degree means getting ready for the future, offering students a range of flexible skills that helps them to grow.
This program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree (3-year, 4-year, or Honours) with a Major in Economics. Students taking an undergraduate degree in another Major may choose to add a Minor in Economics as a secondary area of interest.
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Duolingo: A minimum score of 120.
Secondary School Credential: Diplom-Metevaseth (National High School Diploma) + Konkur;
Prior to 2019 - Pre-University Certificate
Secondary School Grade: 14/20
Secondary School Credential: All-Indian Senior School Certificate, Higher Secondary Certificate, Leaving School Certificate (XII)
Secondary School Grade: CBSE – minimum 72% (B2) average in academic subjects (CBSE NOTE: difference between marks and positional grades must not be greater than 5%,
Country: China, People's Republic of
Secondary School Credential: Upper Middle School Graduation Certificate along with applicant’s ID Number and Report Number for verification with China Credentials Verification (CHESICC). High school transcript is also required.
Secondary School Grade: 70%
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