The Economics Track within the Business Administration major sharpens students’ skills for analyzing business and social problems by studying consumer and producer behavior in a variety of economic settings. The Economics Track prepares students for a variety of careers in the government or business sectors and for job opportunities in economic consulting and research. Corporate jobs concerned with practical applications of economic policy and economic forecasting are also routinely available. The Economics Track is available in the traditional (fact-to-face) classroom setting and in the on-line mode of delivery.
Please note that many majors have specific general education requirements. Please see a faculty advisor in your department if you need further clarification. You will be required to take the following courses to meet your general education and business administration requirements including:
and four additional 3000- or 4000-level economics courses (ECN or ECNS)
In addition to the University graduation requirements, all B.S. in Business Administration-Economics Track majors must attain an overall 2.00 QPA in the 18 semester hours listed above to fulfill the economics track.