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Economics, B.A.

Earn a B.A. in Economics
  • 39

    Credit Hours to Complete the Degree. This Provides the Flexibility to Pursue a Second Major or a Minor.

  • B.A.

    The B.A. Degree in Economics is, in Essence, a Liberal Arts Program that Focuses on Economics

  • $95K

    Medium Annual Wage of Workers 25-59 with an Economics Degree

Alumni work as:

Analyze policy proposals and make recommendations to government officials or organizations. 

Conduct research and analyze economic data to understand and predict economic trends.

Collect and analyze data on market trends, consumer preferences, and competitor activity to inform marketing strategies.

Collect, analyze and interpret large amounts of data to help businesses make informed decisions.

Identify potential business opportunities and develop strategies to expand a company's customer base.

Analyze financial data to help individuals and companies make investment decisions.

Work with government agencies or nonprofit organizations to analyze policy issues and develop solutions.

Advise businesses on how to improve their efficiency and profitability by analyzing their operations and providing recommendations.

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Learn To

Understand key economic principles and models

Analyze and interpret quantitative data

Research and present your ideas in written, oral, and visual forms

Economics Undergraduate Degree Program Overview