​​​​​​What is the structure of the Economics degree?

The strength of the Economics degree at Universidad del Pacífico is based upon rigorous, integral and multidisciplinary academic training.

The curriculum is always up-to-date in terms of knowledge and tools, and offers different concentrations in the public sector, the private sectors and research.

What degrees and titles are given?

  • Bachelor's Degree in Economic​s
  • Licentiate Title in Economics

Degree StructureDownload HERE​. 

Curriculum valid from 2017-I semester, subject to changes from the University Council. The general, specific and transitory regulations for the 2017 curriculum will be published on the SAR website later. The features which will apply to students under other curricula will be available for consultation there

  • Semester 0
    • Informatics Refresher 
    • Language Refresher
    • Mathematics Refresher​
  • Semester I
    • ​General Economics-I 
    • Fundamentals of Accounting
    • Language I
    • Mathematics I​
  • Semester II
    • General Economics-II
    • Language II
    • Mathematics II
    • Sociology​
  • Semester III
    • ​Statistics I
    • Academic Research
    • Mathematics III
    • Microeconomics I
    • Economic and Business History​
  • Semester IV
    • Stadistics II
    • Natural Resources Management
    • Macroeconomics I
    • Mathematics IV
    • Microeconomics II​
  • Semester V
    • Applied Stadistics 
    • Private Project Assessment
    • Macroeconomics II
    • Theory of International Trade
    • Philosophy

  • Semester VI
    • Econometrics I
    • Financial Economics
    • Macroeconomics III
    • Industrial Organization
    • Political Sciences​
  • Semester VII
    • Econometrics II
    • Economics and Law
    • History of Economic Thinking 
    • International Macroeconomics
    • Contemporary Social Thinking​
  • Semester VIII
    • ​Economic Policy
    • Social Outreach
    • Theology of Religions​
  • Semester IX
    • Ethics
    • Economic Research I
  • Semester X
    • ​​Economic Research II
    This curriculum only comprises the required courses of the Economics degree program. It does not include elective or concentration courses made available to students. 
    *Curriculum will be effective from 2017-I, subject to changes by the University Governing Board. 



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Renzo Rossinni

​Economics graduate, General Manager of the Central Reserve Bank and professor at Universidad del Pacífico.

"I feel I earn a lot teaching as it makes me do and explain things very clearly, even more clearly than it is generally thought they are. That helps me organize myself as well. The University students are very inquisitive, not passive at all. They will never believe what the professor says unless they get good arguments".​