Economics-Finance, B.B.A.

Program Locations

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.

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The School of Business has a highly qualified and experienced faculty. 

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Organizations - Enactus -- International

  • Provides students the chance to make international connections with academic and business leaders.
  • Offers students the chance to implement entrepreneurial projects around the globe while changing lives.
  • 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.
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  • Accountant and/or Auditor
  • Bank Officer
  • Business Teacher, Post-secondary
  • Credit Authorizer, Checker, and Clerk
  • Credit Counselor        
  • Economics Teacher, Post-secondary
  • Economist
  • Education Administrator, Post-secondary
  • Farm and Home Management Advisor
  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Counselor
  • Financial Manager
  • Home Economics Teacher, Secondary
  • Lawyer
  • Personal Finance Advisor
  • Potential for Political Career
  • Revenue Agent

School of Business Events

February 24, 2021

Chapel - Dananai Gardner, R...

ChapelSpeaker - Dananai Gardner, Racism in America More details to come, please check email.
11am - 12pm, Plainview Campus

February 26, 2021

Clinical Teaching first rot...

Clinical Teaching
All Day Plainview Campus

March 1, 2021

Clinical Teaching Second ro...

Clinical Teaching second rotation begins
All Day Plainview Campus

March 3, 2021

Chapel - Willson Lectures

ChapelWillson Lectures - speaker, Ernie Stevens More details to come, please check email for further information.
11am - 12pm, Plainview Campus

March 5, 2021

Midterm Deficiency Reports...

Midterm deficience reports are due.
8am - 4pm, Plainview Campus

March 10, 2021

Chapel - Creation Care

ChapelCreation Care
11am - 12pm, Plainview Campus

March 11, 2021

Third of Four Tuition and F...

Third of four (4) tuition and fees payments due for Spring 2021 Term
All Day Plainview Campus

March 17, 2021

Chapel - David Foster - Bib...

ChapelDavid Foster - Biblical Character, Samson
11am - 12pm, Plainview Campus

March 19, 2021

Last Day to Officially Drop...

Today is the last day to officially drop or withdraw with a "W".Be sure to see the University Registrar's office for details on what paperwork need...
8am - 4pm, Plainview Campus

March 21, 2021

WBUonline Spring 2 8-week S...

WBUonline Spring 2 8-week session registration ends.
All Day All Wayland Campuses

March 22, 2021

WBUonline Spring 2 8-week S...

WBUonline Spring 2 8-week session begins.
All Day All Wayland Campuses

March 24, 2021

No Class Day - Face-to-face...

No class dayFace-to-face classes will not meetOffices will be open
All Day Plainview Campus