This program focuses on international negotiations for trade and commerce for business and economic advantage. Graduates of this program can evaluate comparative advantage of trading with business and countries. They can evaluate economic implications of policies related to GMOs, geo-political dynamics, trade routes and economic corridors such as CPEC. The graduates can help large importers, exporters and logistic organizations in designing their business strategies. They can also help government bodies in evaluating and designing bilateral and multi-lateral agreements
The BS Economics, Law and International Relations (ELI) program will require students to complete 48 courses i.e. 144 credit hours of coursework. Internship of six weeks duration in a firm approved by the Institute is also obligatory.
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