Pretty easy, overall.
its a four year degree programme that gives you knowledge of quantitative skills and critical thinking.It analyses how people create goods and services by allocating limited resources.They do this by monitoring things like exchange rates,business trends,taxation e.t.c. They then try to find trends and develop predictions based on the data.
study of statistics in economics has enabled one to know the customers preference,check the quality of products,market products,estimate cost and make decision.Economist use statistics to find the relationship between demand and supply,relationship between imports and export,inflation rate,per capita income and national income rate.
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For one to prosper,he/she needs hard work,persistence and sacrifice. Because it involves mathematics one needs a lot of practice. it's an easy course if you are determined to get where you want.