UNIBusiness offers four emphasis areas in economics based on your interests and future career goals.

An Economics degree from UNIBusiness will teach you how to effectively analyze and predict market activity, economic growth and price fluctuations. With classes like Directed Research in Economics and Law & Economics, our faculty will prepare you for a successful career in the field of economics or post-graduate studies.

 

Applied Economic Analysis

The Applied Economic Analysis emphasis combines economics, mathematics, accounting, information systems and finance. Considering a math major? This emphasis integrates math with economics and business courses, enhancing your career opportunities after graduation.

 

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Business Economics

Are you interested in working for a bank, as a stockbroker or at the Federal Reserve Bank? Business Economics will prepare you to use your analytical reasoning, writing and problem-solving skills in the business world.

 

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General Economics

General Economics is the perfect emphasis if you’re goal is to work in the fields of law, public policy, urban planning or other fields.

 

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Quantitative Techniques

This emphasis will prepare you to excel in graduate school or as a high-powered consultant.

 

View Quantitative Techniques Courses

 

Economics Minor

Open to all majors!

 

View Economics Minor Courses

 

Economics Courses & Electives

  • Intermediate Macroeconomic

  • Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

  • Introduction to Econometrics

  • Directed Research in Economics

  • Money and Banking

  • Economics of Labor Markets

  • Public Finance

  • Environmental Economics

  • Cost Benefit Analysis

  • Law & Economics

  • Sports Economics

  • Organization Of American Industry

  • International Economics

  • Economic Development

  • Urban & Regional Economics

  • Mathematical Economics

  • History of Economic Thought

  • International Financial Economics

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