Graduates are able to identify economic problems, analyze them and offer intelligent solutions.
Graduates have knowledge of:
- The condition for efficiency in resource allocation.
- The theory of economic growth, inflation, unemployment, income distribution and international trade.
- Some of the specialized field of economics, such as development economics, finance, international, natural resources, human resources, public sector, agriculture.
- Characteristics of Indonesian institutions and developing countries in general and its difference from developed countries.
- The close link between economic success with political, legal and social aspects.
- Using a variety of quantitative methods in economic analysis (statistics, econometrics, etc.).
Graduates have the ability and expertise to:
- Implement the tools in micro and macro economic theory to solve economic problems.
- Follow the debates in economic theory, to distinguish between robust theory and logical fallacy, and understand how differences in economic recommendations may arise.
- Communicate economic reasons in writing and orally and to understand written and spoken opinion of others.
- Have a special knowledge in development economics, business economics, monetary economics, public economics, or international economics.
Graduates have the attitude to:
- Respect the plurality of views that may arise regarding economic issues.
- Confidence in expressing opinions based on knowledge and initiative.
- Persistence in working and resilience in facing the problem.
Graduates have the moral values of:
- Concern with the socio-economic condition of society.
- The responsibility for what he did as an individual and what should be done as part of a small community of elite Indonesian nation must become the motor of positive change and development.