BA in Economics
Students of economics find employment in national and multi-national corporations, financial institutions, unions, all levels of government and agribusiness. Economists participate in strategic pricing, cost analysis, marketing research, statistical forecasting and the evaluation of social programs.
Students interested in economics may choose to pursue the Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics or Business Administration with a Business Economics Concentration The Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics requires fewer business courses, allowing greater opportunity to study economics as a social science. Both degrees provide a good foundation for advanced studies in business, economics, law, public administration and environmental studies.