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Finance: Concentration Economics

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Why study Economics

Economics prepares students to be economic and financial analysts, interpreting data using modern economic theory.

Students will learn to examine markets critically, identify trends and pricing scales, and forecast outcomes. Graduates can work as economists, data analysts, actuaries, market research analysts, or Federal Reserve System employees, among other career opportunities.

Program Highlights

Faculty in this degree program have a Ph.D. in economics or finance and regularly publish their research in top business academic journals.

What will I learn

Sample Course Plan and General Education Requirements

Finance: Economics Sample 4 year plan

General Education Core