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BA in Economics

BA in Economics

  • QS World University Rankings
    52
  • Degree BA
  • Study Level Bachelors

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Economics is the study of resource management and allocation, but it is also a way of understanding the world and human behavior. The concepts and skills our students learn are not only useful in school but also everyday life. Common Electives by Field Area If you are interested in a particular area of economics, the Economics Non-Core Courses by General Area worksheet highlights popular electives in each of the following general areas: Macroeconomics Microeconomics History Finance The undergraduate degree in economics signifies achievement of proficiency in quantitative skills and experience in applying these to economics. Economics courses develop the critical and analytical skills essential for understanding economics and institutions, in both their contemporary and historical settings. Although no particular vocational or professional goal is emphasized, these courses provide the academic background necessary for positions in industry, for work in many branches of government service, for law school, and for graduate study in business administration, economics, and the social sciences.