The Doctor of Economics program provides the student with an opportunity to study an applied economics problem as it manifest in the ongoing day-to-day operations of the firm and society. Candidates pursuing this degree are interested in examining economic problems from a practical and applied standpoint and developing real world applications and solutions. Operating managers, consultants and director level managers are typical participants in the program.
- Macro Economic Theory
- Micro Economic Theory
- Political Economy
- Economics Of Development
- Austrian Economics
- Mathematics For Economics
- Research Plan
- Research Preparation
- Manuscript Preparation
- Defense Preparation Module
Monarch Business School is the first distance-learning business school in the world to achieve triple accreditation by the International Standards Association (9001, 14001, 18001). Monarch Business School is a member of ACBSP-the Association For Collegiate Business Schools & Programs, CEEMAN-The Central and Eastern European Management Association, EFMD-The European Federation of Management Development and ACUNS-The Academic Council of the United Nations System. See our accreditation page.
The business environment continues to be a challenge for managers and directors as political, social an economic factors change at rapid pace. The Monarch Doctor of Economics program provides the candidate with the tools to make sense out of this change and apply their new found understanding and knowledge to the operation of the enterprise. The result is increased confidence to face future challenges and with a better understanding of the underlying factors and movements that determine success. A holistic view of markets forces, trade region imperatives and the political landscape equips the Monarch graduate for senior decision making positions.
Dr. Jamie Chua – Professor of Economics
Candidates are able to progress through the program and develop their Manuscript on a step-by-step basis providing a higher chance for completion.
The Doctor of Economics focuses uniquely on the acquisition of practical knowledge applied to existing economic problems to develop potent solutions to real world challenges.
Participants demonstrate their mastery of critical thinking by producing new insights and actionable outcomes on a selected economics problem. The manuscript is typically 175 to 225 pages in length.
The program has a rolling admission and be started at any time.
Study duration varies depending on the study mode:
- Standard Duration = 3 Years
- Part-Time Duration = 5 Years
The program may be followed on a Full-time or on a Part-time study basis.
Program Open To
- Graduates from accredited Bachelor & Master programs with +5 Years Management Experience;
- Candidates with a Professional designation and +5 years managerial experience may be admitted to the program on the discretion of the Dean.
Tuition is charged on a quarterly basis in advance. All candidates may terminate a program upon 3 months written notice to the administration.