Aug 15, 2022  
Future Catalog for Fall 2022 
    
Future Catalog for Fall 2022

Business Economics, BS


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This major is administered by the area of Economics  in the School of Business and Economics 

In the economics major, you complete courses in core economic content and methodology, as well as courses in basic mathematical techniques and advanced economic statistics. Upon completing the economics major, you will be prepared to work in economics and the business world.

Program Learning Outcomes

Evidence of Business Economics graduates’ level of preparation will be found in your ability to: 

  1. Analyze and solve business and economics problems
  1. you will be able to apply core concepts, models, and methods from business, accounting, and economics in identifying and solving problems
  1. Demonstrate the intercultural competencies necessary to thrive in an increasingly global marketplace
  1. you will be able integrate global perspectives and competencies in business interactions
  1. Appreciate the importance of behaving professionally and ethically
  1. you will be able to recognize and analyze an ethical dilemma, applying an appropriate ethical framework
  2. you will be able to work effectively with others in team settings
  1.  Communicate effectively
  1. you will be able to craft and present an effective professional oral presentation
  2. you will be able to successfully write an effective professional report
  1. Absorb concepts in areas of core business knowledge
  1. demonstrate literacy in accounting, economics, marketing, management, production, finance, information systems, and business law
  2. demonstrate proficiencies in the core areas of Business Economics 

 

Successfully complete a minimum of 76-79 credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher.

Note: Required courses marked ** below have Math prerequisites. Depending on your placement score, additional courses may be required.

Core


In general, try to complete the core classes in approximately this sequence. The courses near the beginning of the list serve as prerequisites for courses near the end of the list.

Note


If you anticipate doing advanced study in a field such as Actuarial Science, you should take MATH 225 .

Economics, 6 credits


Note


*If you are completing an Accounting major, you may substitute ACCT 370 .

Economics


Successfully complete 24 credits of Economics requirements in addition to the Core.

Economics Electives, 12 credits


Complete 12 credits in additional economics courses, NOT including ECON 100 , ECON 200 , ECON 497 , or ECON 498 . Note that BUS 323 , BUS 352 , and BUS 353  count as economics electives.

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