The Department of Economics, in the College of Arts and Sciences, offers three unique programs of study. First, students may pursue a B.A. in Economics, but may also add an emphasis in either pre-foreign service or pre-law. The B.A. degree has two objectives: to provide a broad background for students who plan careers in government, business, or law; and to provide a basic education for students who plan to attend graduate school. A double major is possible with any field in the College of Arts and Sciences, providing all the college requirements are met and the requirements for the full major are met in both areas. Students may also pursue the Bachelor of Business Administration through the College of Business Administration or a bachelor's degree through the Honors Tutorial College. Students also may develop an individualized program leading to the Bachelor of Specialized Studies through the University College. These choices provide different approaches to the study of economics to better fit with students' career goals and their particular interests and aptitudes.
For information about fields in Economics, careers, issues, skills, graduate study and other opportunities, visit the AEA website at http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AEA/.
The China Study Program provides an opportunity for Economics majors in the College of Arts & Sciences to combine the College's foreign language requirement with a study of the economics of China.
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The College of Arts and Sciences is home to 19 departments, 27 majors and dozens of other special curricula. The college is committed to advancing the interrelated areas of teaching, research, and outreach in a learning-centered community. The college instructs students based on core disciplines for the entire university.
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All departmental majors provide sound preparation for future careers by requiring you to think and write critically and to communicate well - the preferred skills in all areas of the public and private sector. Certificate programs are open to students who are enrolled in any baccalaureate program, regardless of college or major. Minors in the College of Arts and Sciences may be combined with any regular majors or special curricula programs. With careful planning, minors can be completed within four years.
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