Bachelor Degree in Economics and Administration in Auburn 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.

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Bachelor of Economics

Green River College
Campus Full time 2 - 4 years September 2017 USA Auburn

At Green River College you may begin your studies by taking courses that prepare you to be "major ready" and transfer to a university. [+]

Bachelors in Economics and Administration in Auburn in USA. Economics students learn to analyze systems of production and distribution of goods and services to groups and individuals. Students learn to understand and explain a variety of topics such as employment, inflation, business cycles, economic growth, markets, production, distribution, wages, profits, interest rates, money, taxes, competition, monopoly, international trade, economic history, public policy, and more. At Green River College you may begin your studies by taking courses that prepare you to be "major ready" and transfer to a university. While you are taking your major prerequisites within your transfer degree, you can focus your distribution choices and elective credits toward meeting your educational goals and area of interest. Course Descriptions Economics (ECON) ECON 100  Economic Principles and Applications  (5) General survey course stressing basic principles of economic analysis and their applications to current problems and social issues. Intended primarily for students not majoring in business or economics and not intending to take ECON 200. PREREQUISITE: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor's permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. ECON 101  Economics of Competition  (5) Study of scarcity, competition, costs, prices, and profits with specific attention to resources, unions, business and government. PREREQUISITE: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor's permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. ECON 194  Special Topics-Economics  (1-5) Focuses on a special topic such as inflation, unemployment, population growth, environmental pollution, energy, taxation, discrimination, poverty, crime, health care, or energy. Occasionally, a single course may cover several of these topics. Consists of lectures, class and small group discussions, and student presentations. Students use economic concepts in course presentations. PREREQUISITE: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor's permission. ECON 298  Independent Study-Economics 1  (5) Enables students individually to pursue special interests or opportunities in economics under guidance of an instructor. PREREQUISITE: At least one 200-level course in ECON and instructor's permission. ECON 299  Independent Study-Economics 2  (5) Enables students individually to pursue special interests or opportunities in economics under guidance of an instructor. PREREQUISITE: At least one 200-level course in ECON and instructor's permission. ECON& 201  Micro Economics  (5) Continues the analysis of problems involving scarcity, choice, competition, and cost. Examines the basic principles and models of microeconomics and their application to contemporary issues and problems. Primarily for students who are taking additional courses requiring a working knowledge of microeconomic theory. PREREQUISITE: ECON& 202 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor's permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. ECON& 202  Macro Economics  (5) Introduces economic reasoning. Covers basic economic questions concerning economizing, competition and exchange. Also covers macro economics and questions relating to the determination of national income, output, employment and the price level. PREREQUISITE: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH 147; or instructor's permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Green River - A leader in university transfer Our 2+2 transfer program offers students an opportunity to start their four-year bachelor's degree. The transfer program provides courses equivalent to the first two years of a university degree. Students can take two years at Green River College, then transfer to a university to complete their four-year degree. Our students are admitted to many top 100 world universities*, as ranked by Shanghai Jiaotong University, including: Brown University, California State University, Cornell University, Hawaii Pacific University, Indiana University, Johns Hopkins, Ohio State University, Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute, Purdue University, San Jose State University, Seattle University, Tufts University, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, UNC - Chapel Hill, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Oregon, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Texas at Austin, University of Virginia, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin Washington State University *Note: Admission to selective universities is highly competitive. Green River College international students have been admitted to hundreds of universities all over the US. Students gain the qualifications needed for admission at Green River and transfer to top universities as third year juniors. Admission is not guaranteed, but our students have been very successful in gaining admission to top universities. Education Requirements In order to obtain a bachelor's degree in the US, all students must complete specific requirements for their major as well as general education requirements which represent a foundation of learning in various areas including Math, Writing, Science, Social Science and Humanities. Students are given freedom to select classes of their choice from general categories. For example, within the "Social Science" category, students can choose any one of the following subjects: sociology, psychology, political science, history, geography and others. The Humanities category includes: art, speech, communications, languages, music, philosophy, and others. Science includes: chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy, and others. How does it work? Over 25 universities have offered the  University Transfer Pathway (UTP)  option to any student who is admitted to Green River. The guarantee does not apply to “impacted” majors. This is how it works: 1. Apply to Green River 2. Select a university  – Choose the university from the list. Check the university on the application. Choose one university only. Make sure the university you choose has your major. You will receive the university conditional admission letter or statement at the same time you receive the Green River admission letter. Sample Classes for Popular Majors: Art/Design: Beginning Design Drawing Color and Design 3 Dimensional Design Digital Photography Painting, and History of Art Green River knows how important housing is to the success of a student. This is why our housing staff go the extra mile to give the best experience possible by providing a caring, positive, safe and supportive American living experience. CAMPUS CORNER APARTMENTS Experience traditional American college life at Campus Corner Apartments (CCA) Students enjoy a convenient, on-campus location; comfortable, high quality facilities; an excellent study environment; and an opportunity to get involved and make friends in supportive student community of 340 American and international students. Students must be 17 years old at time of move-in.  Benefits of Living On Campus: Living on campus is convenient! Walking distance to class, library, fitness center, gym and Performing Arts Center Community Center where you can meet and make friends from all over the world Lots of on-site student activities Private and group study areas Easy to get involved in campus activities [-]