The economics major is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the theory and applications of economics in preparation for their chosen profession. Possible career opportunities for graduates include entry-level positions as research and financial analysts in the business and government sectors; and brokerage and currency traders in the financial and banking sectors. In addition, the economics major offers an excellent preparation for graduate studies in law, economics and other business disciplines.
Student Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate an understanding of contemporary economic theories and policy considerations in a domestic and international context.
Complete the Business Foundation Curriculum in the freshman and sophomore years.
BBA Student Learning Goals and Objectives
G1. To Be Effective Communicators
O1. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify the appropriate message purpose, select appropriate organization, provide sufficient supporting details, and use effective mechanics.
O2. Students will demonstrate the ability to prepare (content, presentation and media) and deliver (verbally and nonverbally) a professional presentation.
G2. To Be Competent in Business Practices
O1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of key business theories and concepts and will apply these business theories and concepts correctly.
O2. Students demonstrate the ability to incorporate theories, concepts, and practices across multiple disciplines to produce practical answers.
O3. Students will effectively analyze data.
G3. To Be Good Decision Makers
O1. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify valid, reliable and important information applicable to the issue being studied.
O2. Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze multiple responses to issues.
O3. Students will demonstrate the ability to determine and support an appropriate decision.
G4. To Be Good Citizens
O1. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify ethical concepts.
In addition, all Economics Majors will demonstrate the ability to identify relevent (valid, reliable, and important) information to the issue being studied.