MPhil Health Economics
Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE) is a premier and internationally reputed school of research and learning in economics, established in 1957. PIDE is devoted to theoretical and empirical research in Development Economics in general and on Pakistan-related economic issues in particular. Over the past 58 years, PIDE has earned an international reputation and recognition for its research. Since 2006 it is offering academic programmes with world class standard quality education through its foreign qualified faculty and state of the art studying environment at affordable cost.
The programme offers the students an opportunity to develop strong health economic evaluation and analytical skills to start their careers in national and international health organisations both in public and private sectors. Graduates can go on to work in government departments, research units, universities, national health services and health care organisations, and pharmaceutical industry. Last but not the least; pursue a higher academic degree (PhD) abroad.
Those who have completed 16 years of education (master and/or BS honours degree) from an HEC recognized national or international university, with a minimum of 2.5 CGPA (out of 4 in semester system) or 2nd Division (annual system) are eligible to apply for this programme.
Eligibility Criteria for M. Phil Health Economics
Candidate should have completed 16 years of education (Master or BS honors degree) from an HEC recognized national or international university, with a minimum of 2.5 CGPA (semester system) or 2nd Division (annual system). The candidates awaiting results for Master or Honors degrees may also apply for admission. Their admission is conditional on obtaining at least 2nd Division (annual system)/2.5 CGPA (semester system) in their respective BS honors/Master programs.
Total Credit Hours: 36
Core Course Credit hrs: 12
Elective Course Credit hrs: 12
Research Work/Thesis: 12
Duration: 2 years (with the provision of one-year extension)
04 Core and 04 Elective Courses