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Welcome to the Department of Economics
Having admitted its first students in 2014-15 academic year, our department aims to take one of the first rankings in both research and teaching in the country. 
Our faculty consists of dynamic and qualified scientists, each of whom having degrees from international institutions. Using the latest methods and technology we aim to prepare our students to become leaders in the national and international arena by providing them the necessary background and qualifications
Thanks to the flexibility in course selection and course variety, our students will not only be able to enrich their course program by taking courses in fields other than Economics, but also will be able to complete the 4-year 240 ECTS Bachelor education in 3 years. In addition, our department offers 3+2 degree programs with leading universities resulting in a Bachelor degree from MEF and a Master’s degree in Economics or Finance from a global partner. 

In order to complete graduation requirement Economics Department students must meet the following requirements.
  1. Successfully pass all the compulsory and elective courses in the curriculum (completing  at least 240 credits)
  1. Obtain the minimum required amount of credits from four different elective categories explained below.
Departmental electives:  Courses offered by the Econ department or offered by another department and qualified as departmental elective. For graduation the student has to complete at least 40 departmental ECTS credits.

Non-Departmental: Courses offered by other departments. For graduation the student has to complete at least 10 non-departmental ECTS credits

Free electives: These courses may belong both to departmental and non-departmental course categories. For graduation the student has to complete at least 45 free ECTS credits.

Humanities and Social Sciences Electives (HUM/SOC Required 100-Element):  Courses that should be chosen from a given pool of Humanities and Social Sciences courses. For graduation the student has to complete at least 2 Humanities and Social Sciences courses.

3) Complete two compulsory internships, with a minimum D letter upon graduation. The student internships are subject to internship committee approval.

4) Have a GPA of at least 2.00 upon graduation.
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