CERTIFIED CHARTERED ECONOMICS
Association of Certified Chartered Economists (ACCE) is the global Association of Economics and Finance professionals.
ACCE flagship transformative program is certified by Global Academy of Finance and Management (formerly AAFM) and Thomas Jefferson School of Law (ABA Accredited).
Global Academy of Finance and Management (GAFM / ACCE) Board is TUV Accredited and ISO Certified for Training and Quality.
ACCE forms academic alliance / mutual recognition with some prestigious universities, polytechnics & business chapters in Europe, Mexico, Arabia, India, Russia, USA and Africa.
In every economic system, entrepreneurs and managers bring together resources, labour and technology to produce and distribute goods and services. In a free market economy most of the businesses are organized and driven by individuals. These are entrepreneurs who have skills and interest in many diverse industries are the once who take the ultimate decisions about what is produce, how it’s made and what it will cost.
Our programs combine expertise, academic and global business professionals. The best professional education technology, manual and interactive learning strategy.
We are educating the World’s Future Leaders in government, academia, commence and non-profit organization to understand and uphold highest standards of ethical conduct.
Specializations and Courses
Chartered Petroleum Economics Chartered Financial Economics
Chartered Industrial Economics Chartered Health Economics
Chartered Managerial Economics Chartered Economic Policy Analyst
The fundamental level is a non-technical course in Economics and accounting as well as exposes students to Quantitative Economics. Study must focus on understanding basic Economics principles and mathematical exposition. Emphasis should not be placed on mathematical calculations but understanding of the application of mathematical exposition to economics. However, little exposure to economics (Macroeconomics and Microeconomics) is assumed. Therefore, keep Math’s to the minimum necessary. Examination Composition: All papers in the fundamental level contains 50 multiple choice questions, 2 marks for each question in 2hours.
Associate Part I, II & III
The pre-requisite is first degree or its equivalent. However, previous exposure to Microeconomics and Macroeconomics is assumed. Econometrics Mathematics must be well exposed to candidates. Part II & III are intermediate, highly technical courses in Economics. Emphasis must be laid on analysis of contemporary Economic issues with economic tools learnt. This is to enhance student’s knowledge and skills in Economic issues.
Examination Description (ACCE Part I, II & III) The current Part I & II format requires answers to four essay questions (designed to take 45mins). The paper is 3hrs 15mins, given 15mins. of reading time. The Part III examination format also requires answers to five essay questions within 3hrs, given 15mins. of reading time. Most questions (All Parts) tend to require diagrammatical analysis to assess a policy proposal or illustrate a principle, rather than rigorous mathematics to solve formal models. They tend to be structured in the form of mini essays but require focus on a specific issue or example.
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