With a Masters
at Njala University
you will, typically, have studied the core modules of Economics, Mathematics for Economics and Business and Statistics for Economics and Business, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Quantitative Economics, plus the other compulsory modules for your chosen programme. For example, if you had chosen the increasingly popular European programme you would have taken the additional language module(s).
masters students: You will typically have deepened your understanding of, say, macro and micro economics. With macro economics you will have examined the causes and effects of recession, inflation and its control and economic recovery. With micro economics you will have studied in some detail, for example, market supply and demand, elasticity, production and costs, market structures, and international trade.