What is difference between b. Sc economics honours, b. Comm economics honours and b. A economics honours?
BA Economics degree is a three-year undergraduate degree with a focus on qualitative and quantitative aspects of economics. The courses of study include microeconomics and macroeconomics, econometrics, statistics, history of economics, political economy etc.
B.Com (H) is a three-year undergraduate degree designed to inculcate business acumen in students. The course curriculum includes subjects like cost accounting, organizational behavior, all of which explore the academic side of commerce. In an honors degree, a student can specialize in a specific subject like accounts and economics.
The B.Sc. Economics (Honours) course covers various subjects including microeconomics, macroeconomics, sociology, psychology, computer economy, Indian economy and more.
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Bsc is Bachelors in Science and BSc economics offers courses specialising in economics with electives like Maths, Statistics etc
BCom is Bachelors in Commerce and electives would be Finance, Marketing, Business Administration etc
BA is Bachelor of Arts and would offer electives from humanities stream like Philosophy, Business Administration, Development studies, Sociology, Political Science etc
Although the basic course or syllabus for the core Economics study would roughly be same in all the three cases, difference lies in the electives and major or minor topics.