Career Paths

A degree in economics offers a variety of career options. In fact, economists can choose from a wide range of employers from government agencies to non-profit organizations to consulting firms and universities.


Professional economists work in three basic areas: academics, business, and government.

Academic Economists teach and conduct research at colleges and universities. Entry into these positions typically requires a master degree or above.


Business Economists forecast and analyze various aspects of the economy or of particular markets.


Government Economists accumulate, interpret, and analyze national and international data in support of policy development.


Most of our graduate students have a good opportunity to apply their economics insights to various sectors such as private sector, namely, commercial banks, financial institution and international companies and public sector, for instance, Professor in economics, Ministry of Finance and Bank of Thailand. Moreover, some graduate students pursue the Doctoral Degree internationally or domestically.