Economics

 

The Bachelor of Science in Economics will prepare you for a career in business administration, law, government or public finance. A major in Economics  consists of 36 hours and requires a minor.

Courses range from the study of microeconomics, macroeconomics, international trade, economic development and statistics to money and banking. There are also economics  internships available through the  School of Business.

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Southeast Regional Conference of the Fellowship of Companies for Christ International
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