Why Major in Economics?
High Paying Degrees
A degree in economics is ranked higher paying than a degree in business or accounting! Economics provides versatility that similar business and mathematical majors do not. The degree opens doors to a variety of career opportunities.
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Excellent Career Opportunities
Economics is a practical field; a major in economics prepares you for careers in:
Business: research analysis, consulting, banking and finance, insurance, health care.
Government: cost analyst, foreign trade analyst, regulatory impact analyst, urban planning, transportation management.
Law: antitrust analysis, law school.
Education: high school teacher – single subject specialty
The department allows you to choose the program that is right for you! Choose from our three possible majors:
|B.A. Economics||Econ Course Listing 2014-2015|
|B.A. Business Economics||Business Econ Course Listing 2014-2015|
|B.A. Mathematical Economics & Economic Theory||Mathematical Econ & Econ Theory Course Listing 2014-2015|
All three major options have a required set of core courses. These courses are standard throughout national economic bachelor of arts programs, guaranteeing that, no matter your option, you will have a solid and complete understanding of the economics subject.
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Calculus for Business or Calculus I