MAGISTER ECONOMIC

Currently, the Magister Economic program is accredited “A”

The vision of the Magister Economic:

In 2030 MIE is a Masters Study Program that excels in the development of Economics that is relevant to resource management by local wisdom.

The mission of the Magister Economic:

1) Creating graduates who have competencies in the fields of Resource Economics and Regional Development, Public Economics and Regional Finance, and Sharia Economics and Finance;

2) Creating related quality research products with the fields of Resource Economics and Regional Development, Public Economics and Regional Finance, as well as Sharia Economics and Finance to support the development of science and the implementation of regional economic development;

3) Assisting and serving the public, private sector, and government in making economic decisions as a form of community service.

Main Competencies:

1) Creating Masters in Economics graduates who have competencies in the fields of Resource Economics and Regional Development, Public Economics and Regional Finance, and Sharia Economics and Finance;

2) Creating superior research in the field of Economics,

3) Apply theory and research results and methods of solving economic problems in the community, private sector, and government.

Supporting Competencies:

1) Improving the quality of teaching and learning and the relevance of the world of work;

2) Research quality improvement;

3) Increasing the quality of community service;

4) Increasing academic efficiency and productivity;

5) Increasing program sustainability; and

6) Increasing the institutional information system

Graduate Profile:

Economist: A person who understands economics theoretically and empirically and can apply it in practitioner activities.

Analyst: A person who has expertise in analyzing economic and socio-economic phenomena based on economics’ theoretical and empirical experiences.

Practitioner: A person who can apply economics empirically in Resource Economics and Regional Development; Public Economics and Regional Finance; and Sharia Economics and Finance according to their field of expertise.

Entrepreneur: A person who carries out entrepreneurial activities characterized by being smart or gifted in recognizing new products, determining new production methods, arranging operations management for new product procurement, marketing them, and managing their operations’ capital.

List of courses in the Magister Economic program according to the concentration offered:

Resource Economics and Regional Development Concentration:

  1. Natural Resources & Environmental Economics
  2. Regional Economics
  3. Elective courses:
    1. Rural Economics
    2. Seminar on Regional Development

Public Economics and Regional Finance Concentration:

  1. Development Funding
  2. Regional Development Policies
  3. Elective courses:
    1. Property Economics
    2. Seminar of Public Economics/Regional Finance

Sharia Economics and Finance Concentration:

  1. Sharia Economics
  2. Sharia Banking & Financial Institutions
  3. Elective courses:
    1. Development Funding
    2. Seminar of Sharia Economics/Finance

List of Lecturers for the Magister Economic Program:

Prof. Dr. Kamio

Prof. Dr. Suliyanto, SE, MM.

Prof. Dr. Agus Suroso,  MS.

Prof. Dr. Pramono Hari Adi, MS

Prof. Drs. Bambang Agus Pramuka, M.Acc., Ak., Ph.D.

Drs. Nurul Anwar, MS, Ph.D

Dr. Suprapto, MS

Istiqomah, SE, M.Sc, PhD

Dr. Lilis Siti Badriah, SE, MSi

Dr. Abdul Aziz Ahmad, SE, MSi

Dr. Suharno, SE, MSi

Dr. Arintoko, SE, MSi

Dr. Diah Setyorini Gunawan, SE, M.Si

Dr. Agus Arifin , SE, M.Sc

Dr. Negina Kencono Putri, S.E., M.Si., Ak.

Dr. Najmudin, SE, M.Si

Dr. Intan Shaferi, SE, M.Si

Contact:

1st Floor F Building, Faculty of Economics and Business, UNSOED, Prof. Dr. H.R. Boenyamin Street No.708 Grendeng Purwokerto, Banyumas, Central Java, INDONESIA 53122.

Telephone Number: 0281-643633

Facsimile Number: 0281-643633

Homepage: http://feb.unsoed.ac.id/en/magister-economic/

Email: mie_unsoed@yahoo.com

Instagram: @meunsoed

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