The Faculty of Economics provides students with a sound understanding of the core of economics, in pure and applied contexts. The extensive nature of economics means that graduates in this field will draw upon many other disciplines throughout the course of their studies, including history, sociology, mathematics, and philosophy

This comprehensive education provides a strong foundation for students, giving them the opportunity to be successful in many sectors, both public and private. By integrating a wide range of theoretical insights with empirical observation, the study of economics enables students to apply their knowledge and understanding to the practical issues which arise in this sphere, which include investment, taxation, banking, and financial management

Notably, many of these disciplines have their origin in business and economic history that is predominately Western. For students of the Faculty of Economics this may mean adapting the traditional economic theories and practices they learn to best meet Sri Lanka’s unique needs in areas such as sustainable development, international trade and employment

In order to deliver this well-rounded education, one that allows graduates to achieve in both the public and private sector, the Faculty of Economics structures its degrees upon a pattern of common core units, specialized majors, electives and an in-depth final paper

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SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
EF 10
History of Sri Lanka
3
2.
EF 20
Principles of Microeconomics
3
3.
EF 30
Mathematics for Business and Economics
3
4.
EF 40
Computer Foundation
3
5.
EF 50
Administration and Office Management
3
6.
EF 60
History of Cambodia
3
7.
EF 70
Communication English I
3
8.
EF 80
Communication English II
3
9.
EF 90
Fundamental Accounting Principles
3
10.
EF 100
Statistics for Business & Economics
3
SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
EFP 10
Financial Accounting
3
2.
EFP 20
Introduction to Business
3
3.
EFP 30
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
4.
EFP 40
Corporate Finance
3
5.
EFP 50
Organizational Behavior
3
6.
EFP 60
Business Law
3
7.
EFP 70
Fundamental Management
3
8.
EFP 80
Marketing Principles
3

The Finance and Insurance Major provides students with an education that can be applied in numerous positions in the insurance field, working alongside an expanding commercial sector. Graduates from this program have job opportunities as insurance company managers, corporate risk managers, insurance brokers and agents, employee benefits managers, personal financial planners, claims adjusters, and insurance underwriters

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
EMF 10
Life & Health Insurance
3
2.
EMF 20
Property & Liability Insurance
3
3.
EMF 30
Money, Banking & Finance
3
4.
EMF 40
Investment Analysis
3
5.
EMF 50
Risk & Insurance
3
6.
EMF 60
Employee Benefits
3
7.
EMF 70
Risk Management
3
8.
EMF 80
Business Insurance
3
9.
EMF 90
Corporate Risk Management
3
10.
EMF 100
Insurance Operations & Regulations
3
11.
EMF 110
Research Methodology
3
12.
EMF 120
English for Business & Economics 1
3
13.
EMF 130
English for Business & Economics 2
3
14.
EMF 140
English for Business & Economics 3
3
15.
EMF 150
English for Business & Economics 4
3

The Microfinance Major aims enabling students to gain a clear understanding of various policies and conceptual and operational issues involved in developing effective and successful micro finance action. Micro finance has emerged as a potential instrument of poverty alleviation and empowerment. Graduates from this program are in a position to face the challenges of promoting a successful micro finance intervention in Sri Lanka

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
EMM 10
Introduction to Microfinance Institution
3
2.
EMM 20
Introduction to Poverty & Microfinance
3
3.
EMM 30
Preventing from Loan Delinquency & Delinquency
3
4.
EMM 40
Customer Relation and Services
3
5.
EMM 50
Practical Management and Leadership
3
6.
EMM 60
Micro finance Plus & Integration
3
7.
EMM 70
Financial Performance Management
3
8.
EMM 80
Introduction to Micro Insurance
3
9.
EMM 90
Budgeting & Projection
3
10.
EMM 100
Planning & Monitoring System for MFI
3
11.
EMM 110
Research Methodology
3
12.
EMM 120
English for Business & Economics 1
3
13.
EMM 130
English for Business & Economics 2
3
14.
EMM 140
English for Business & Economics 3
3

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