|The Faculty of Economics trains economic specialists with qualifications
in Finances. These students study economic history and geography,
economic theory, industrial economy, investment policy, marketing,
management, statistical theory, micro and macro economy, commercial
enterprise, environmental economy, general theory of finance, taxes and
tax policy, accounting, monetary policy, credit, banking, business
finance and other collateral economic subjects.
The faculty emphasizes statistical paradigms and international technology.
The economic students study legal subjects the
directly affect economic activity such as: workers rights, banking law
and elementary jurisprudence. The students have their practical
experience in the Armenian banking systems, local commercial
enterprises, in local government offices and in and with other financial
Economics, PhD, detsent