Those who study economics first and foremost learn the differences between microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics involves the behavior of individual markets, such as households and firms, and their interactions. Macroeconomics, on the other hand, involves looking at the entire economy as a whole.
Taking this four-year degree program will help launch your career in the exciting world of business. The program includes a foundation year where students are introduced
BA in Economics and Business Administration with Foundation Diploma
Taking this four-year degree program will help launch your career in the exciting world of business.
The program includes a foundation year where students are introduced to a range of practical skills, research techniques and ways of thinking designed to transform your views of business, management, and leadership.
The program is designed to challenge your way of thinking so you develop the innovative and creative intellect needed to lead an organization. Our curriculum uses the latest teaching methods, industry techniques, and ideas so you gain the most recent knowledge and skills to successfully integrate into the world of business upon successfully completing the program....
A primary objective of the Bachelor of Arts program at the Atlantic Business School is to ensure that graduates understand the functional components of the business: econ
A primary objective of the Bachelor of Arts program at the Atlantic Business School is to ensure that graduates understand the functional components of business: economics, marketing, accounting, finance, law, and management.
The Bachelor of Arts in Business and Management program is intended to provide students the basics of prevailing business functions and management principles as well as contemporary information technology when applied in an actual business environment. This major provides general knowledge in business from both the theoretical and practical perspectives. Students will learn the important skills effective managers need to survive and succeed in today's marketplace....
The program is designed for ambitious students who want to become experts in global economy as well as obtain an up-to-date knowledge in the field of international financ
The program is designed for ambitious students who want to become experts in global economy as well as obtain an up-to-date knowledge in the field of international financial relationships and foreign economic activities. Global Economy is one of the most in-demand programs in 2017, based on supply and demand, growth and salary data.
Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)
Mode of delivery: Five times a week, weekdays (daytime)
The minimum academic entry requirements for admission at Synergy University Dubai Campus depend upon the type of high school curriculum you have followed. The minimum requirements based on the most common high school systems are outlined below:...
Economics is the social science concerned with how markets and economies function, how people and businesses make decisions, and the roles and impacts that policies and i
Economics is the social science concerned with how markets and economies function, how people and businesses make decisions, and the roles and impacts that policies and institutions have on economic conditions and well-being.
The mission of the Department of Economics is to provide an economic perspective and awareness about social issues, to create an appreciation of differing economic viewpoints, to equip students with the tools needed to approach questions logically and methodically and to solve problems that relate to economic phenomena.
At Whittier College, the study of economics provides students with a challenging classroom environment and opportunities to work closely with accomplished faculty. The curriculum for the major, which includes core-theory courses, topical electives, and training in statistical analysis, endows students with the tools to work in a range of fields, including the law, government, higher education, research, and varied business-oriented professions. To accommodate these diverse career and graduate study options, students are given the choice of three concentrations of study leading to a degree: a general Economics concentration, International Economics, and Business Economics....
The International Economics degree program equips students with the skills necessary to succeed in the international world of business and economics while emphasizing the
The International Economics degree program equips students with the skills necessary to succeed in the international world of business and economics while emphasizing the skills to develop orderly and critical thinking. It stresses both theoretical and applied concepts, quantitative and qualitative reasoning, communication skills and basic computer literacy. We also expect our students to appreciate and draw from their knowledge of other disciplines, other cultures, and other languages. The pluralistic approach taken by the department allows students to connect the content taught in the economics classes with the occurrences in the real world, thereby preparing them for diverse and challenging work environments. To concretize that connection, the Franklin Frank Program was created to foster service learning and to develop a student "economy" that can provide reflection on the nature of money and job creation. In today’s world of economic uncertainty, a deep understanding of economics is more vital than ever. A major in economics translates into job opportunities in various fields including teaching, government services, finance, banking and insurance, think tanks, non-governmental organizations, public administration, and management. Many of those opportunities also offer important salaries. Analyze and think critically about economic issues....
Schiller International University - Florida, Heidelberg, Madrid, Paris
Friendly relationships between nations often rely on good trade relationships. Students with an interest in economics who want to prepare for a career in international fi
Friendly relationships between nations often rely on good trade relationships. Students with an interest in economics who want to prepare for a career in international finance, government, or business can earn their Bachelor of Arts in International Economics with Schiller International University.
Courses within the Bachelor of Arts in International Economics aim to produce graduates with technical knowledge and practical research and analysis skills. Courses cover issues including:
Economy of Developing Countries
International Economic Policies & Institutions
The Political Economy of North-South Relations
An education in economics will focus on the study of scarcity, how people use resources and the process of decision making. Students will also gain well-connected knowled
An education in economics will focus on the study of scarcity, how people use resources and the process of decision making. Students will also gain well-connected knowledge in statistics and calculus.
You’ll find career opportunities in economic fields such as government, research, analyst positions, economic consulting, financial markets, banking, and insurance. You’ll be prepared to take on duties and responsibilities in these positions and gain valuable skills to possess.
At Wartburg College, students in economics benefit from small class sizes and a diverse group of classmates. You will be taught by professors with experience and expertise who are ready to mentor students for careers as well as for active citizenship through the classroom, internships, and undergraduate research....
Economics is about more than money and profits. It is a way of looking at the world through the lens of incentives, choices, and markets to help uncover new solutions to
As an economics major at Mason, you will be studying in one of the top economics programs in the world.
You will be taking classes from professors well-known for their scholarship, their regular contributions in major national media such as the New York Times and the Washington Post, and their engaging blogs such as Café Hayek and Marginal Revolution. Two Nobel Prize winners, who were members of our department, set in place our strong foundation in free-market economics, public choice, and experimental economics.
You will join bright and energetic students from all over the world who are active in organizations like our own Economics Society. You will have opportunities to pursue your own original research or an accelerated master’s degree, to study abroad, or to reach your career goals through internships. Students have interned at small entrepreneurial companies to large financial institutions such as the Bank of America. They also find internships in government, including the US Department of the Treasury, the Department of Commerce, and in congressional offices and Washington DC think tanks....
Richmond The American International University in London
The BA in Economics is created to develop in students the skill set to analyse economic issues and tackle challenges that have both national and international importance.
The BA in Economics is created to develop in students the skill set to analyse economic issues and tackle challenges that have both national and international importance. The programme provides students with a clear, holistic understanding of economic principles, concepts and ideas within the wider framework of the social and political environment.
The programme enables students to understand and apply the process of data and evidence collection, including the organization, analysis and presentation of material. It also provides students with a clear understanding of economic systems so that they are abstract concepts to real problems, some of which include issues of economic policy....
These certainly do seem to be interesting times in which to be studying economics. The college students of today have discovered themselves to be living in a rather turbu
“May you live in interesting times!” — reputed to be an ancient Chinese curse.
These certainly do seem to be interesting times in which to be studying economics. The college students of today have discovered themselves to be living in a rather turbulent economic landscape, to say the least. As well, the political leadership and the electorate, and even the economics profession to some extent, seem to be having trouble agreeing on what to do about this.
Here at the University of Denver students in economics seek to understand how the social apparatus which governs the production and distribution of goods and services works. Students inquire into the causes of the process of economic growth and development, both within and across nations, and examine its social impact. They study topics such as the availability and consequences of government policy alternatives, the relation of the financial markets to the economy, the impact of the increasing globalization of economic activities, or the interaction of the economy with both the natural and the social environment. They also study how economic theories have developed over time to address these various topics....
Thanks to the flexibility in course selection and course variety, our students will not only be able to enrich their course program by taking courses in fields other than
Welcome to the Department of Economics
Having admitted its first students in the 2014-15 academic year, our department aims to take one of the first rankings in both research and teaching in the country.
Our faculty consists of dynamic and qualified scientists, each of whom has degrees from international institutions. Using the latest methods and technology we aim to prepare our students to become leaders in the national and international arena by providing them the necessary background and qualifications
Thanks to the flexibility in course selection and course variety, our students will not only be able to enrich their course program by taking courses in fields other than Economics, but also will be able to complete the 4-year 240 ECTS Bachelor education in 3 years. In addition, our department offers 3+2 degree programs with leading universities resulting in a Bachelor degree from MEF and a Master’s degree in Economics or Finance from a global partner....
Our program offers rigorous training in the methods and main topics of Economics. Building upon the curricula of the best American and European programs and using up-to-d
Our program offers rigorous training in the methods and main topics of Economics. Building upon the curricula of the best American and European programs and using up-to-date textbooks, our teaching staff has built a carefully crafted and interconnected set of demanding courses with one goal in mind: to turn every student, prepared to put in the necessary work, into an accomplished young professional who can work as an analyst or as a civil servant for government agencies, who can carry on their studies at the M.A. level towards becoming a researcher or a professor, or who can use their skills and competence in any other field from journalism to business to data analysis. Many of our faculty have studied or worked abroad, and we pride ourselves in providing a nurturing environment with small classes and open doors. Our courses range from the obligatory staples (Mathematics, Statistics, Micro-, Macroeconomics, Econometrics) to applied elective courses, usually including hands-on work with data, offered by some of the best research economists of Budapest....
Graduates of the B.A. in Economics can aspire to careers as lawyers specializing in corporate laws and regulations; industry and financial analysts; policy analysts worki
Bachelors of Arts (BAs) in Economics. About
In an increasingly interconnected world, where commerce, employment, banking, investing, currencies and trade affect everyone, an education in economics is more important than ever. Economists grapple with some of the most pressing issues facing society, including globalization and standards of living in the developing world, the impact of public policy on the economy and the balance between environmental goals and economic growth. The 120-credit Bachelor of Arts degree program in Economics is a comprehensive examination of the economies of the United States and the world, led by distinguished professors with backgrounds in a diverse range of economics disciplines....
The Economics major provides students with a rigorous applied and theoretical curriculum designed to prepare students for careers in quantitative and analytical positions
The Economics major provides students with a rigorous applied and theoretical curriculum designed to prepare students for careers in quantitative and analytical positions in private, public and non-profit organizations. We provide a flexible program based on a common core of theory courses and an array of elective courses offered at a range of times designed to accommodate both daytime and evening students.
Our curriculum is designed around five concentration tracks based on faculty skills and popular career paths, but Economics majors have a great deal of freedom to choose elective courses that meet individual goals.
Economics, as a field in general and at Northeastern in particular, provides training in building strong economic fundamentals and sharpens analytical and critical thinking skills. The program is rigorous, and yet accessible to a large population of students with diverse backgrounds. Some of the program benefits include:...
The BAU BA program in Economics is designed not only to prepare students for careers in economics related fields but also to produce well-rounded global citizens.
The BAU BA program in Economics is designed not only to prepare students for careers in economics related fields but also to produce well-rounded global citizens. Our Economics faculty are experienced professionals who will use the skills they have honed in the field to teach BAU’s undergraduate students. Among many others, our faculty have worked for organizations including Bechtel, the US Department of Transportation, and USAID. Economics majors must complete 40 courses (120 credits): 13 general education courses (36 credits), 21 core courses (63 credits), and 6 pure elective courses. Core courses include 15 required courses (45 credits) and 6 elective courses (18 credits). Through these requirements, students prepare for careers in the field of economics. Students will qualify for jobs including Economist, Program Analyst, Research Analyst, Manager, Treasury Analyst, Financial Planner, Media Analyst, Claims Officer, Project Manager, Purchasing Agent, Risk Analyst, Banker, Economic Developer, Broker, and Budget Analyst. In addition, students must complete BAU’s general education requirements, which emphasize the Liberal Arts, global cultures, and diverse perspectives. Students will hone their critical writing and thinking abilities; quantitative and scientific reasoning skills; public speaking abilities; foreign language skills; and information and computer literacy....