Courses are taught in many international universities. You gain both academic experience and global perspective on universal issues.
We offer course work in money and banking, microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory and more.
Students majoring in economics have two degree options: B.B.A. from the Beacom School of Business or B.A./B.S. from the College of Arts and Sciences. The economics courses are the same, but the non-economics electives differ between the two degrees.
Economics: Bachelor of Business Administration
Students obtaining a B.B.A. from the Beacom School of Business school are required to complete the business core courses and two other business electives.
Economics: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science
Students obtaining a B.A. or B.S. from the College of Arts & Sciences are required to complete the foundational courses required for all degrees from the college.
Online and Off-Campus Options
Four-Year Program Guides
The Classroom & Beyond
Economics develops students’ analytical and quantitative skills, preparing them for careers in a variety of fields.
Participate in Experiments - Get Paid
Economics experiments use no deception, risks are minimal and participation is totally voluntary.
The club strives to promote the intellectual and social development of students and to provide business and social contact for students, faculty and alumni.
Graduates of economics have been putting their economic skills in some of the nation's top companies and organizations.
|Potential Careers||Recent Employers|
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