The business economics major develops core skills which allow the analysis of business economics phenomenon and relationships. The major also studies the collective behavior of businesses and industries, governments and countries, and the globe as a whole. The major emphasizes logical thought used in problem-solving, observation and inference from data, and presenting ideas in writing and speech. The major includes the study of microeconomics and macroeconomics, classes in economic fields such as labor economics, managerial economics or energy economics, and the study of statistical analysis.
The B.B.A. business economics major, designed to provide a broad business background, is intended for those who plan careers in business and economic research for both private firms and government, in banking, and in marketing analysis. It also is an important component for business management, law, operations, and financial analysis.
The College of Business provides a distinctive learning environment that actively engages students, faculty, and the business community in developing knowledge and skills relevant for success in a complex, global economy.
This environment stimulates student learning and faculty research so that our graduates are able to: a) apply a holistic, integrated approach to business problems; b) apply the communication, leadership, team and technological skills needed to succeed in their business careers; c) understand how to work with people from other cultures and to operate effectively in other countries; and d) understand the social responsibilities of individuals and organizations and evaluate the ethical dimensions of decisions in a business context.
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