At the postgraduate level, students can acquire degrees of Advanced Studies, Doctor and Higher Education in Economics and Development.
In addition, a program leading to the Special Diploma in Economics and Development is organized at the third level. The courses are spread over 2 years.
The objective of the Faculty of Economics and Development is to train specialists who, imbued with the Gospel and with the Church's social teaching, are capable of inspiring the Christian spirit in any endeavor they collaborate with, That it contributes to the integral development of man and society.
The graduate in Economics and Development must be able to conceive, coordinate and direct a development action at the level of the state, a province, a locality or any other company, analyzing the intersectoral influences and Leading those responsible for these sectors to collaborate in the same vision of development.
The graduate in Economics and Development is called upon to work within state institutions, national and international institutions and organizations initiated by the Church, civil society and the state, in order to help them to rationalize their decisions and to guide them On the basis of the common good of society.
It must be able to analyze needs correctly, define the objectives of an action, design and implement a strategy for action, evaluate a development project and propose remedies.
The graduate in economics and development must be a new type of economist who does not theorize not only from the principles and laws of the market economy but understands that the first objective of our country is to initiate growth And development under the current conditions that require the combination of strategies and the use of theorization and modeling based both on facts and ethical values.
He must be able to integrate into a work team. Having certain responsibilities, he will provide his colleagues, superiors and subordinates with the vision and techniques of achieving integral development. In collaboration with other parts of society, he must be able to put his hand in the dough himself. He must be in direct contact with the population and carry out certain concrete actions himself and be able to create a small industrial, agricultural, social, commercial, educational and other enterprise himself.
The graduate in Economics and Development must, in his behavior, serve as a model in the concrete environment in which he lives. This implies a spirit of renunciation in order to contribute to integrated community development. For the people can not accept to engage in the requirements of the integrated development that entails by credible models. The graduate in economics and development must be a facilitator, a coordinator and an organizer in the spirit of the options of the bishops of Congo.