Economics is a social science concerned with how societies deal with scarcity. NAHCEU business degree in economics trains you to model economic phenomena in a precise and rigorous way using quantitative tools such as algebra, calculus, and statistics. You’ll graduate with the qualifications for competitive positions in banking and finance, as well as top graduate programs in economics, business, and law.
Economics Degree Courses
As an economics student, you’ll explore everything from pricing strategy and cost-benefit analysis to environmental policy impact and international exchange rates. Learn to think analytically and quantitatively about a variety of economic and financial issues through courses like:
- Applied Complex Analysis
- Applied Regression Analysis and Forecasting
- Business Law and Ethics for Managers
- Business Statistics
- Differential Equations
- Economic Development
- Fundamentals of Finance
- Global Supply Operations
- Industrial Organization and Competition Policy
- Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
- Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- International Monetary Economics
- International Trade Theory
- Introduction to Econometrics
- Marketing and Business Performance
- Money and Banking
- Organization and Management Leadership
- Survey of International Economics
Careers In Economics
The business degree in economics provides the analytical and quantitative skills you need to thrive in business, government, and public policy. You’ll prepare for diverse and exciting opportunities, including any of the following careers.
Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary
Fish and Game Wardens
Investment Fund Managers
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists
Regulatory Affairs Managers
Supply Chain Managers
Wind Energy Project Managers
*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).
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