Mondo International Academy

BBA – Business Economics

Business Economics is a three-year Bachelor’s programme. The programme develops your professional and intellectual abilities.

Business Economics combines study economics with a range of business and finance topics to help you develop your knowledge of the business and financial environment as well as current business issues. You will also get quantitative skills as well as communication skills and learn about their application in a business context.

By attending this study program, students acquire a wide basis of knowledge and skills in Economics, Financial Management, Effective analysis, International Finance, Financial Markets, Environmental Economics, Managerial Economics, and others.

Recognition of the practice and recognition of credits from previous education evaluates academic management of Mondo International Academy. Students with results from previous studies submit a transcript of subjects.

Business Economics study programme opens up a wide range of career opportunities and prepare graduates to whichever path they choose.   Find further enrollment requirements as well as other important elements of the study programme here.

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Entry requirements:  

  • Completion of either full secondary education or full secondary vocational education with a Secondary School Certificate.
  • In addition to the general entry requirements, you must meet the specific entry requirements as detailed by each program. For example, many Master’s degree programs require that your Bachelor’s degree has a particular major, or you may need to have completed certain subject credits within your Bachelor’s degree.

Advantages of the study:

  • the possibility of parallel study together with another study program,
  • specialization in a certain field of law,
  • the possibility of shortening the study,
  • choice of the form of study.

Forms of the study:

  • Full-time form
  • Online form
  • Consultation for
  • Individual form

Study process: In each study program there are core (compulsory) modules. The student has the possibility to choose 4 compulsory optional modules.

The study is not based on the semester system.

The study ends with working out the final thesis, with a positive rating from the supervisor and the opponent.

The length of the study is 27 months

For more information about general admission procedure click here. 


First Year

Compulsory modules:  

  1. Introduction to Microeconomics
  2. Introduction to Macroeconomics
  3. Quantitative Economics & Business Analysis
  4. Quantitative Economics & Business Analysis
  5. Business & Techniques of Economic Decision Making
  6. The economy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  7. Economics of Labor
  8. Behavioral and Evolutionary Economics

Compulsory optional modules (4 to chose):

  1. Theory of Microeconomics
  2. Theory of Macroeconomics
  3. Policies of Macroeconomics
  4. Policies Microeconomics
  5. Introduction to econometrics
  6. Economic analysis tools
  7. Mathematical Economics
  8. Introduction to Strategic Thinking
  9. Political Economy & Comparative System
  10. The Philosophy of Economics
  11. Management of financial institutions
  12. Business strategy economics
  13. Health Economics
  14. China – Pitfalls, Consequences, and Challenges
  15. Economics in Globalization and Development

Second Year

Compulsory optional modules (4 to chose):

  1. Advanced Microeconomics
  2. Advanced Macroeconomics
  3. Productivity and Effective Analysis
  4. Applied Econometrics in Microeconomics
  5. Industrial Economics
  6. Managerial Economics
  7. Competition and Regulatory Policies
  8. Human Resources Economics

Mandatory modules (4 to chose):

  1. Game theory & strategy
  2. Experimental Economics
  3. Monetary economy
  4. Financial Markets & Institutions
  5. Cost analysis of the trade
  6. Theory of Statistics of Economics
  7. Theory of econometrics
  8. Applied Econometrics in Macroeconomics and Finance
  9. Public finances
  10. Theory of International Trade & Politics
  11. Economics of International Finance
  12. Development of economic systems
  13. History of the Australian economy
  14. Environmental Economics
  15. Economics of natural resources

Third Year

Compulsory modules:

  1. Behavioral and Evolutionary Economics
  2. Business & Techniques of Economic Decision Making
  3. Economy of innovation and entrepreneurship
  4. Labor Economics
  5. Advanced Microeconomics
  6. Productivity and Effective Analysis
  7. Applied econometrics in Microeconomics
  8. Industrial Economics
  9. Managerial Economics
  10. Competition & Regulatory Policies
  11. Human Resources Economics