College of Management class. PHOTO BY ROGER WINSTEADOur undergraduate Economics degrees provide a broad education in the liberal arts with a specialization in economic theory and application. Students can choose the Bachelor of Arts in Economics Degree, which emphasizes liberal arts courses, or the Bachelor of Science in Economics, which provides training in the analytical methods as well as a body of knowledge of economics. Both programs are flexible, and students can easily pursue an economics degree and a second degree with careful planning.

What can I do with a degree in Economics? Graduates are prepared for careers in finance, public policy, government, law, international trade and other fields. Many pursue graduate studies in law, public policy, business and economics.

About the curriculum The curriculum focuses on the social sciences from an economic perspective. Topics of study include financial markets, labor relations, the organization of business, and wealth, poverty and income distribution. Students develop analytical, critical-thinking and language skills they can use in any field.

Courses include:

Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Capitalism, Managerial Economics, Healthcare Economics, International Economics, Money, Financial Markets & the Economy, Public Finance, Labor Economics, Econometrics, Forecasting for Business & Economics

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