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The B.A. in Economics focuses on economic trends, evaluating competitiveness, and making strategic plans, as well as concepts of opportunity cost, sunk cost, and marginal analysis, important not only for managing the daily operations of an organization, but also for long-term investment decisions. The program combines insights from behavioral economics to human resource management, saving, investment, and wealth management decisions. Students acquire transferable skills that are excellent preparation for careers in business, industry, banking, and government, as well as graduate school in economics and social sciences or advanced professional education in law or business.

Graduates go on to work in auditing, environmental planning, market and economic analysis, budgeting, real estate, finance, insurance. Jobs include personal financial advisor, healthcare analytics specialist, financial analyst, statistician, and credit analyst.

Sample Courses:

These are some of the classes for students in this academic program:

Survey of Economics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Behavioral Economics
Major Credits
42
Economics, Political Science
Core Credits
42
Communication Skills, Economics, Humanities, History, Sciences, etc.
Elective Credits
36

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Build your understanding of the essentials of human nature. Maximize your career potential by integrating technology and communication skills with the application of theory into practice.

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