Globalization has created a profound impact on today’s complex society. The need for professionals who have excellent foundation in business, public policy, and international studies combined are highly-valued in any organization. Enderun’s new Bachelor of Science degree in Economics, offered by the Department of Saemaul Studies and Economic Development, is a unique academic program that infuses competencies in management, leadership, and social entrepreneurship. It will train students in good practices in international economics and management giving them a competitive advantage in the global career marketplace.The program will include a specialization in Saemaul Undong and International Development Cooperation, which will provide students with theoretical knowledge and practical competence in community development and international development. It will also introduce them to various global development organizations such as the United Nations (UN), World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Graduates of this course will have a wide range of job opportunities as economists, development managers, social entrepreneurs, senior staff in NGOs, as well as high-level staff in global companies, multilateral banking and financial institutions and government agencies.
Faculty members of the College of Business, Technology, Economics and Entrepreneurship, with their expertise in the field of business either as academics or industry practitioners, reflect leading practices to deliver extensive real-world perspectives to global businesses and economy.
Enderun’s new degree program has a unique blend of management and social entrepreneurship. The internship program will provide rigorous training for problem solving and critical thinking, pertinent to careers touching economic development issues.
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics will provide students with rigorous training for problem solving and critical thinking pertinent to careers touching economic development issues.
- General Education
- Economics Core
- Saemaul Undong and International Development Cooperation Courses