You might think of them as the Jedi of the business world. An economics degree launches students into a variety of well-paying careers as consultants for major firms and managers in corporations, non-profits and the government. It’s also often a starting point for students who plan to attend law school, earn an MBA or pursue higher-level economic degrees.
Economics Bachelor's Program
Undergraduate students who wish to pursue an economics degree have several options, including two concentrations of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Science in International Business, or a Bachelor of Arts.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Business Economics Major
The major in Business Economics from the Sam M. Walton College of Business requires 21 hours of major and collateral courses in the discipline as well as satisfying the other requirements for the B.S.B.A. degree.Learn More
Bachelor of Science in International Business
The Bachelor of Science in International Business degree is intended for students who wish to learn more about the international aspects of business. Students pursuing this degree may select a concentration in Economics.Learn More
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
Students obtaining this degree must complete University Core requirements, Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Graduation Requirements, and additional coursework.Learn More
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