A Bachelor of Business Administration with a Specialization in Economic/Finance is available at the following locations:
About this Program
A bachelor in economics degree carries tremendous earning potential for students interested in financial counseling and corporate financial functions, as well as those with political career goals. Traditionally, economics and finance majors who take the LSAT (Law School Admission Test) are among the highest scoring in the nation.
The business economics and finance degree requires 24 hours in economics courses, as well as several core business classes. Students will choose 12 hours from economics and 12 hours from finance. Courses include topics like real estate finance, environmental economics, economic development and investments.
A B.B.A. with a specialization in Economics/Finance requires 124 semester hours, with a minimum of 42 being upper-level courses. 12 hours of economics and 12 hours of finance are required as well.View Degree Plan
The School of Business has a highly qualified and experienced faculty.View Faculty
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- Promotes business-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into sustainable profit for themselves and their community.
- Encourages students to develop essential leadership skills.
- Accountant and/or Auditor
- Bank Officer
- Business Teacher, Post-secondary
- Credit Authorizer, Checker, and Clerk
- Credit Counselor
- Economics Teacher, Post-secondary
- Education Administrator, Post-secondary
- Farm and Home Management Advisor
- Financial Analyst
- Financial Counselor
- Financial Manager
- Home Economics Teacher, Secondary
- Personal Finance Advisor
- Potential for Political Career
- Revenue Agent
April 27, 2017
Honoring School of Business Spring 2017 Graduates and Sigma Beta Delta honorees. MUST RSVP BY APRIL 13.