Bachelor of Science in Economics


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Course Overview

While earning a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree, students have the opportunity to learn how financial markets work. They can learn how products are manufactured, where resources come from and how resources and goods are distributed. Teachers often explain economic philosophies and show students how to analyze and predict trends. Some schools also offer a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, which requires students to take more liberal arts classes than those in a B.S. program. Some programs allow students to select a specialty within the economics field so they can tailor their curricula to their career goals. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
ECON 101 Economic History 5
ECON 102 Principles of Economics 5
ECON 103 Mathematics for Economic Analysis 5
ECON 104 Principle of Sociology 5
ECON 105 Labor Economics 5
ECON 106 Computer Fundamentals and Applications 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
ECON 111 Economy Problems and Prospects 5
ECON 112 Micro Economics 5
ECON 113 Marketing Communication 5
ECON 114 Women and the Economy 5
ECON 115 Cost Accounting 5
ECON 116 International Trade 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
ECON 201 Monetary Economics 5
ECON 202 Financial Accounting 5
ECON 203 Development Economics 5
ECON 204 Financial Management 5
ECON 205 Entrepreneurship 5
ECON 206 Statistic for Economic Analysis 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
ECON 211 Computer Analysis of Data 5
ECON 212 Macro Economics 5
ECON 213 Energy Economics 5
ECON 214 Economics of Agriculture 5
ECON 215 Econometrics 5
ECON 216 Industrial Organization 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
ECON 301 History of Economic Thought 5
ECON 302 Agricultural Marketing 5
ECON 303 Basics of Financial Markets 5
ECON 304 Economics of Industry 5
ECON 305 Optimization Techniques 5
ECON 306 Insurance & Economics 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
ECON 311 Human Resource Development 5
ECON 312 Economics of Public Finance 5
ECON 313 Environmental Economics 5
ECON 314 International Economics 5
ECON 315 Bachelor Thesis 10
TOTAL CREDITS 30

 

Career Opportunities

The following are some of the careers that you may qualify to apply for upon completion of the degree. Your initial placement is likely to be in an entry-level position but with work experience and better academic credentials, you may advance to top management positions.

  • Business Analysis
  • Business Operations
  • Market and Research Analysis
  • Investor Relations
  • Industry Forecaster
  • Financial Officer
  • Education Administration
  • Community and Business Development
  • Risk Analysis
  • Economic Development
  • Survey Researcher
  • Budget Analysis
  • Management Analysis