Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Economics

Entry Requirements

To qualify for normal entry into the Bachelor of Business Studies  (Honours) degree in Banking and Finance at Bindura University of Science Education, prospective students, in addition to satisfying the minimum conditions prescribed under the General Regulations, must

  • Have obtained at least five ‘O’ Level subjects including English Language and Mathematics passed with a Grade C or better,
  • Have obtained ‘A’ level passes in at least two of the following subjects: Accounting, Economics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Business Studies and Management of Business.

 NB: Special or Mature Entry admissions shall be in accordance with the General Regulations.

Part I
Code    Course Description

BS101    Business Administration
BS103    Business Communication
AC102    Business Law
BS109    Company Law
AC101    Financial Accounting IA
AC107    Financial Accounting I B
EC101    Economic Principles I
EC102    Introductory Psychology
EC103    Statistics for Economics I
EC104    Introduction to Sociology
EC106    Mathematics for Economists I
EC107    Economic Principles II
EC108    Statistics for Economics II
EC109    Mathematics for Economists II
HS101    HIV/Aids Education
CS101    Introduction to Computer Science
PC108    Citizenship Education and Conflict Transformation
PC 103    Communication Skills           

Part II
Code    Course Description

EC201    Labour Economics
EC202    Industrial Economics
EC203    Quantitative Methods
EC204    International Economics I
EC206    Introduction to Econometrics
EC207    Investment Analysis I
EC208    Comparative Economic Systems   
EC209     Macroeconomic
EC210    International Economics II
EC211    Development Economics
EC218    Public Finance I
EC213    Microeconomics
EC214    Economic Planning and Policy
EC215    Political Economy
EC219    Public Finance II
EC217    Computer and Statistical Analysis
BS209    Research Methodology
BS222    Entreprenuership
BS211    Taxation
BS217    Information Systems I                

Part III
Code    Course Description

EC300    Industrial Attachment
EC301    Research Project         

Part IV
Code    Course Description

EC401    Advanced Economic Theory I
EC402    Advanced Economic Theory II
EC403    Production Agricultural Economics
EC404    Investment Analysis II
EC406    Managerial Economics
EC407    Economics of the Environment
EC408    Health Economics
EC409    Money and Banking
EC410    Transport Economics   
EC411    Monetary Economics
EC412    Urban and Rural Economics
EC413    Zimbabwean Economics
EC414    Regional Economics
EC416    Agricultural Marketing
EC417    Natural Resources Economics
EC419    Business Economics    EC206
EC420    Econometrics II
EC426    E-Commerce
BS401    Strategic Management I
BS408    Information Systems II
BS410    Corporate Governance
BS414    Strategic Management II
BS416    Operations Research
BS422    Human Resources Management