Greenwich University


The Department of Economics & Finance at Greenwich University is committed to imparting a sound understanding of economic principles and financial management. It offers diverse courses that cover macroeconomics, microeconomics, financial markets, investment analysis, and risk management. The department's curriculum is designed to develop critical thinking, analytical skills, and problem-solving abilities in students. Highly qualified faculty members ensure quality education and engage students in research projects and case studies. The department also organizes seminars and workshops to expose students to the latest trends in economics and finance, preparing them for successful careers in the corporate and financial sectors.

Affiliate Entity

1- School of Banking & Finance

Greenwich University School of Banking & Finance equips students to navigate financial systems. It offers insights into finance functions, cash flow management, risk, liquidity, and the banking sector's role in Pakistan's developing economy. This dynamic field provides a fascinating study opportunity.


Advance a broader conception of classical and modern economic doctrines and their interdisciplinary implications


Committed to excellence in producing inquisitive, analytical, and solution-oriented economists and bankers

Aims & Objectives

The Department of Economics and Finance aims to provide the curriculum and environment that fosters development of effective practitioners and scholars. The students are given training in economic and financial analysis, and statistical tools. They develop understanding of the financial markets and the financial instruments, and a broader perspective of the contemporary issues. The objective is to develop the skills, professional attitude, and competence required to design, evaluate and execute decisions, policies and strategies in today’s highly dynamic environment. The rigorous training provided by the Department has proved to be a solid foundation for individuals who have gone directly to the workforce in the financial services sector or business management, or consultancy, or decided to continue their education in graduate business and other professional fields.

Learning Outcomes

    Students in the department of Economics and Finance at the Greenwich University are expected to:
  • *  Have an advanced understanding of essential economic principles, the literature and methods of research used in the core fields of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Development economics and Financial economics.
  • *  Have an advanced understanding and demonstrate mastery of Econometric and statistical techniques used in the discipline.
  • *  Develop an area of specialization, related to their field course work, in which they have begun to make original contributions to knowledge through a research program, including the completion and successful defense of Master and doctoral dissertation.
  • *  Develop the writing and oral presentation skills that will make them effective communicators of knowledge as teachers and/or serve them in careers as researchers in academia, government, non-governmental research and policy organizations, or private enterprise.

Degree Programs

  • *  Associate of Science in Economics (AS-Economics)
  • *  Associate of Science in Economics & Finance (AS-EF)
  • *  Bachelor of Science in Economics (BS-Economics)
  • *  Bachelor of Science in Economics & Finance (BS-EF)
  • *  Masters of Science in Economics & Finance (MS-EF)
  • *  Masters of Science in Economics (MS-Economics)
  • *  Postgraduate Diploma & Certificate Courses
  • *  Master of Philosophy in Economics (MPhil-Economics)
  • *  Doctor of Philosophy in Economics (PhD-Economics)
Pakistan Campus