Bachelor Degree in Economics and Administration in Kentucky in USA

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Economics and Administration

A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

Kentucky has been nicknamed the “Bluegrass state” derived from this type of grass common here. The state is known for having a large number of deer and turkeys with horse racing proving a worthwhile activity as well. Renowned as being the site of education reforms over the past 20 years, the state is home to 8 major universities, 16 public colleges and an additional 30 private institutions.

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Bachelor in Accounting

Transylvania University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Lexington

Accomplished accountants have the ability to collect complex financial data, analyze that information, and communicate it to others. Transylvania's broad-based accounting curriculum will prepare you for these challenging duties. [+]

Bachelors in Economics and Administration in Kentucky in USA. Accomplished accountants have the ability to collect complex financial data, analyze that information, and communicate it to others. Transylvania's broad-based accounting curriculum will prepare you for these challenging duties. Accounting students at Transylvania have access to a broad range of research and internship options, as well as excellent career opportunities. Students participate in field trips to local businesses to meet with managers and discuss their operations and accounting procedures. They also have the opportunity to assist professors with research, participate in community service, and obtain internships with area businesses and accounting firms. The Transylvania Edge Because of Transylvania's innovative curriculum, as well as the rigor of the program, our accounting graduates can sit for the CPA exam without having to earn a graduate degree. Although the current regulations of the accounting profession require 150 college semester hours to sit for the CPA exam, Transylvania's unique program entitles our graduates to sit for the exam upon completion of their undergraduate degree. Our graduates also have a strong advantage when applying to graduate schools, thanks to our faculty members' strong ties with top graduate programs across the country, our program's reputation, and our graduates' success in graduate school and on the CPA exam. Opportunities in the major Accounting Club PEAK Challenge Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (preparation of tax returns for the community) Possible career options: Certified public accountant Certified financial planner Chief financial officer/controller Investigative professional (IRS, FBI, CIA, CFE) Bank Examiner Management Accountant Auditor Where our graduates study: DePaul University Duke University Northeastern University University of Kentucky University of Tennessee University of Texas Vanderbilt University Wake Forest University Where our graduates work: Ashland Oil BKD Blue & Co. Chilton and Medley Deloitte Ernst & Young Fifth Third Bank Internal Revenue Service J. Smuckers, Inc. Kentucky State Auditor’s Office KPMG (USA and France) McGregor & Associates Mountjoy PricewaterhouseCoopers Tempur-Pedic Tricon Global Restaurants Treasury Department [-]

Bachelor in Economics and Finance

Murray State University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Murray

The department offers a major in economics for those students who wish to pursue a traditional liberal arts education containing a mixture of business and non-business classes outside the <strong>Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business</strong>. [+]

Students in the Department of Economics and Finance have a wide choice of curricula offered by highly qualified faculty members, most of whom hold the doctorate degree. The department offers a major in economics for those students who wish to pursue a traditional liberal arts education containing a mixture of business and non-business classes outside the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business. This option may be especially attractive for pre-law students. The flexibility of the economics major allows students to tailor the program to their career goals or for further graduate study. It is also one of the approved majors for teaching the social sciences. In such cases the required minor and non-economics electives should be carefully selected in consultation with a departmental advisor. The department offers minors in economics, business economics and international economics. The department also supports a minor in Secondary Social Studies for those students seeking secondary certification in social studies (grades 8-12). This minor combined with the economics major, increases the probability for success on the PRAXIS examination. The department offers an area in finance that prepares a student to operate in a variety of career paths, including banking, corporate finance, investments, securities analysis, and financial services. Students successfully completing requirements for the area in finance are prepared to successfully transition into a business environment or to continue on to graduate studies in finance or other areas of business. In addition to the area in finance, the department offers an area in finance with an information systems option and an area with a financial planning option. The first area of study provides finance professionals with advanced skills that allow them to easily interact with information system professionals at all levels in both financial and non-financial corporations. The financial planning option is an area in which many career opportunities exist, is approved by the Certified Financial Planning Board of Standards, and provides students with the background necessary to be allowed to take the test for CFP certification. The department also offers a minor in finance for non-business students. Each area of specialization provides preparation for a variety of employment opportunities or serves as a basis for graduate study. Electives are available to prepare qualified students for positions calling for skills in financial analysis in both the private and public sectors of the economy. Also located in the department are the Center for Economic Education, Center for Banking and Finance, and the Center for Financial Planning. The Center for Economic Education provides materials and aid to area school systems in incorporating economics into the K-12 curriculum. The Center of Banking and Finance at Murray State University is dedicated to serving current and future financial services professionals by developing and maintaining strong relationships between MSU and area financial institutions, and by developing internship and permanent employment opportunities available to MSU students. The new Center for for Financial Planning prepares aspiring Certified Financial Planner for the certification examination in a nine-month online program. [-]