- How do people and businesses make decisions?
- Why does our economy have expansions and recessions?
- What is government’s role in the economy?
- What is the best use of natural resources?
- Is trading with other countries good for the economy?
- What should be produced in a world with limited resources?
A degree in economics will help you answer these questions and many more!
The Economics faculty within the School of Business is dedicated to the success of our students.
With average introductory class sizes of 35 and upper divisional class sizes of 12, students get the opportunity to interact with faculty, enhancing the learning experience.
- Law School
- Graduate School (Master’s, Doctorate)
- Small Business Management
- Public Policy
B.B.A. with Major in Business Economics (120 hours)
Minor in Economics (18 hours)
Collateral in Economics (12 hours)
Quick Facts: Economists
2019 Median Pay
$105,020 per year
$50.49 per hour
Typical Entry-Level Education
Work Experience in a Related Occupation
Number of Jobs, 2014
Job Outlook, 2018-28
Employment Change, 2018-28
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/economists.htm)