About the Economics Program
Duration of studies: 4 years (8 semesters)
The Business Administration and Economics major provides quantitative, analytical, and creative skill necessary for careers in international business, accounting, law, as well as service in national and international agencies.
The Business/Economics major fosters an understanding and appreciation of economic forms of explanation, training students in economic theory and policy. At the same time, it prepares students to serve as principled, globally-minded business professionals, able to bridge management cultures and operate as key players in international networks. Small classes permit the one-on-one development of key statistical techniques, communication skills, and creative entrepreneurship necessary today around the world. Regular internships provide opportunities to integrate practice and theory.
Skills you get:
- quantitative, analitical
- marketing, creativity
- finance, accounting
- business law basic
Career and further study opportunities:
Students completing the Business/Economics major are ready to continue their studies in Masters of Business or Economics Ph.D. programs. With their strong statistical background, as well as their expertise in management, students find opportunities in business, finance, marketing firms, and state, international, and not-for-profit institutions demanding sophisticated data analysis and forecasts.
Managerial Economics; Microeconomic Theory; Macroeconomic Theory; Principles of Accounting; Principles of Marketing; Psychology in the Workplace; Internships in Business Administration; Independent Studies in Business Administration; Managerial Economics; Corporate Finance and Financial Management; Linear Algebra