The Bachelor of Arts degree prepares students for work in a variety of fields, with requirements in the Department of Modern & Classical Languages.
The IEML degree provides students with the analytical tools and language skills to do economic research, consulting, and policy analysis on global issues.
The Bachelor of Science degree provides economics students with requirements from the Math department, great for students who wish to pursue graduate studies in economics.
Administered by the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, this degree is for students who want to pursue work in the private sector.
This program is designed to meet the needs of students planning careers in local, state, and federal government and in the private sector. This degree program follows a traditional track.
This program prepares professionals for careers in the formation and/or implementation of economic policy or for careers in the evaluation and interpretation of such policy to a wider audience.
This program has a strong orientation toward building skills for employment in the private sector, allowing more flexible elective choice from economics, management, finance, or other business courses.
This provides a rigorous course of study emphasizing the latest theoretical knowledge, quantitative techniques, research methodology, and empirical evidence in the student's field of specialization.
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