The economics program

  • Major in Business Economics
  • Minor in Economics

    The concentration in business economics focuses on the best ways to get the most benefit from scarce resources. Study covers firms and organizations (micro-economics) and nations (macro-economics). The concentration provides the conceptual basis for integrating knowledge of the functional areas of business administration in industry, government, and non-profit organizations. By doing so, it opens the way not only toward teaching, research, and consulting, but also toward graduate study in business, government, and law. To view detailed course requirements for a concentration in Business Economics click on

    Business Economics Required Courses

    For the course requirements for a  minor in Business Economics click on the following link

    minor in ECONOMICS