Could you clarify the differences between International Economics and Economics and International Development programs?

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The International Economics program (Bachelor of International Economics) and the Economics and International Development program (Bachelor of Economics and International Development) are closely aligned with the curricula of advanced countries.

The International Economics specialization, in addition to foundational expertise in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and international economics, also focuses on quantitative skills necessary to apply modelling and forecasting methods to meet professional demands requiring in-depth analysis in economic, financial, and business fields. Graduates can take on roles as economists in various sectors, including businesses, import-export companies, auditing firms, financial organizations, investment banks, insurance companies, investment funds, market research firms, marketing, research agencies, consulting firms, central and local government departments, and international economic, trade, and financial institutions.

The Economics and International Development specialization, in addition to foundational expertise in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and international economics, also focuses on essential skills related to project investment analysis, development project evaluation, international negotiations, economic diplomacy, international trade law, and international management to meet the specialized professional needs of international development. Graduates can take on roles in project evaluation and management departments of government agencies, corporations, economic, social, and environmental development projects; international intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations; environmental management agencies; social organizations and employment organizations; international project management companies; foreign affairs and international cooperation departments of organizations, associations, enterprises, and agencies; media organizations such as television stations, radio stations, newspapers, and magazines; central and local government departments; research and consulting agencies.