Each sector of the economy has a need for economists and analysts who have a solid grounding in quantitative economics. Not only that, the market needs professionals who can adjust with a constantly changing global economy. We offer students a demanding academic background that is vital for their career in economic or financial analysis. Our goal is to foster an atmosphere where students are in close contact with faculty, allowing each student to secure an interactive, high caliber course of study in Economics.

The New Shores Global BA in Economics trains students for high-ranking career paths in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. Students are primed for careers in government and industry or for continuing their education with a Master’s or Ph.D.

This program stresses econometric and statistical training more than similar degree programs at many other universities. Today’s employers seek robust quantitative skills in conjunction with a powerful grasp of micro and macro economic theories.

Students are prepared to become leaders in their field of analysis, whether their specialty is investment, banking, wealth management, international finance, economics, corporate financial management, and many more.

A Mix of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary Proficiency- The Global BA in Economics is tailored for students who seek an applied economics degree with many diverse electives. These courses will teach you about economic theory and its practical usage, while readying you for a host of positions in the public and private sector.


  • An advanced understanding of the nuanced ways that economics operates in the 21st century
  • Exhaustive knowledge base in economic theory, how resources like labour, natural resources, and capital are proliferated and used
  • How our economy is impacted and directed by economic policy, modern technological advancements, and demographic statistics
  • Perform analysis on how markets for goods and services produce income and operate, and how income is proliferated within the market
  • Analyze national and international markets through short-term and long-term goggles to distinguish the big picture, ranging from quarterly business-cycles and disasters to overall growth over long periods of time
  • Create economic models using mathematics and learn to set stringent model parameters using data from India or other countries
  • Learn and practice econometric and mathematical formulae
  • Gain a penetrating awareness into your specialty, like competition policy, financial markets, globalisation, energy economics, industrial economics, environmental and resource economics, international trade, and development economics


  • Dissect current economic models and judge their potential for problem solving, both applied and theoretical
  • Gain experience using existing economic models and methods independently with guidance from faculty
  • Be responsible for research projects in economics, practice applying newfound skills
  • Delve into the practical applications of economic problems through analysis, gain a substantial understanding of the connection between empirical evidence and economic theory


  • Independently produce functional, specialized solutions to economic problems
  • Study valuable economic literature and relate economic problems to real-life scenarios
  • Be able to use economic models and understand the premises of these models along with the findings from theoretical and empirical analysis
  1. Business Economics
  2. Managerial Economics
  3. Economics of Infrastructure
  4. Monetary Economics
  5. International Business Environment
  6. Public Economics
  7. Corporate Economics
  8. Human Resource Management


  1. Mathematics for Economists
  2. Rural Development & Cooperation
  3. Economics of Tourism
  4. Statistics for Economists
  5. Karnataka Economy
  6. Hospitality Economics

Please refer to the prospectus for the updated curriculum in consideration with NEP implementation in Karnataka state.

The New Shores Foundational Curriculum (NSFC) provides the vital educational experience of understanding the self and its interaction with the world. The NSFC develops the real-world life skills which are missing in most college curricula. From enhancing critical-thinking capabilities to honing cross-cultural skills, the NSFC prepares students for life beyond the professional sphere. Below is a list of subjects covered by the NSFC.

Critical Thinking
Creative Thinking
Emotional Intelligence
Personal Knowledge Management
Behavioral Science
Interpretation and Assimilation
White Paper Exposition
Impression Management
Literature Appreciation
Culture Appreciation
Rhetoric and Literature
Personal Leadership
Personal Management
National Integration
Individual Social Responsibility
Life lessons from street
Global Cultures and Trends
Foreign Language I *(German)
Foreign Language II *(Spanish)