Economics (BA)

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The Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics allows students to understand social phenomena from an economics perspective including benefits and costs. The program enables students to think critically about choices under conditions of limited resources in order to understand more clearly the societal and economic consequences of such decisions. The Economics program prepares students for a wide variety of careers dealing with the flow of money, from business advisory to investment banker, money manager to personal finance consultant.

Economics BA

39 

Required Courses

24 
ECON102 Introduction to Microeconomics 
ECON103 Introduction to Macroeconomics 
ECON200 Intermediate Microeconomics 
ECON210 Intermediate Macroeconomic 
ECON220 Introduction to Economic Statistics 
ECON300 History of Economics Thought 
ECON340 International Economics 
ECON420 Advanced Statistics 

Economics Electives: Choose 5 Courses from the following:

15 
ACC101 Principles of Accounting 
ACC103 Principles of Managerial Accounting 
BUS201 Computer Applications in Business 
or  
BUS283 Business Law 
BUS321 Principles of Finance 
ECON310 Public Finance 
ECON311 Money and Banking 
ECON331 Economics of Underdeveloped Areas 
ECON333 Urban Economics 
ECON350 Industrial Organization 
ECON360 Labor Economics 
ECON361 Economics of Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining 
ECON390 Independent Research 
ECON421 Econometrics 

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