Bachelor Programs Economics

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Economics

The study of Economics examines the production, allocation, and consumption of resources, how markets function, and consumer behavior. With the global market becoming more interconnected, the demand for economics professionals continues to grow.

A Bachelor of Economics degree will examine economics on macro and micro scales, so whether students are interested in consumption behavior of households, or the global market, students will gain a fundamental understanding of economics. Bachelor of Economics degrees focus on topics of study such as international trade and finance, economics and public policy, natural resources and the environment, and research. Graduates of Bachelor of Economics programs can go on to entry level positions in educational institutions, financial institutions, international organizations, private sector corporations, or government, to name a few options.

A Bachelor of Economics may be the degree waiting for you. There are many Bachelor of Economics options to choose from to fit your needs so take a look below and find the right one for you!

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102 Results in Economics

BSc Economics

Campus China Suzhou
September 2015

This programme will provide you with comprehensive training in the theoretical and quantitative tools used in the study of economics and an opportunity to specialize in one of three areas (finance, international business or marketing). [+]

Bachelors Economics. This programme will provide you with comprehensive training in the theoretical and quantitative tools used in the study of economics, and an opportunity to specialise in one of three areas (finance, international business or marketing). All students receive a rigorous grounding in microeconomic, macroeconomic and econometric theories. WHAT KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS WILL I ACQUIRE? By the time you graduate, you should have the ability: to apply economic theories to the workings of real world markets; to analyse and identify creative solutions to problems relating to business and economic policy. WHAT ARE MY CAREER PROSPECTS? The analytical, empirical, and interpretative skills you will develop through the Economics programme are highly valuable in a wide variety of careers. Graduates will be well prepared for management and specialist roles in industry and business, the financial sector, international organisations, local government, civil service. You will also have a good foundation for further postgraduate study. WHY SHOULD I STUDY ECONOMICS AT XJTLU? This programme provides students with a broad choice of options, particularly in Years 3-4, with a range of theoretical and applied topics. Over the years it has dedicated coherent pathways in finance and business in which students can opt to have sinmilar concentration within their degree. Specialised modules have been created in this programme to generate enhanced coverage of economic theory. In Year 3, students are offered the modules International Trade and the Asia-Pacific which are designed for them to have more thorough understanding on the global economy in general and the Chinese economy in particular. BSc Economics Module Leaders are continuing to develop links with the public and private sectors to enable students to develop an understanding of practical issues that can complement their academic studies. Many finance-related modules provide examples of the way that the programme’s provision engages with businesses and contributions to the on-going development of relationships with major organisations in China and in other countries. WHAT WILL I STUDY? YEAR 2 In Year 2, you will study the following core subjects, which will provide you with a broad foundation in economic theory: QUANTITATIVE METHODS AND STATISTICS MICRO- AND MACRO-ECONOMICS MATH FOR ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS You will also be able to follow specialist modules in finance, international business or marketing. YEAR 3 MICRO- AND MACRO-ECONOMICS INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS MODERN APPROACHES TO DEAL WITH DATA IN TIME SERIES APPLICATIONS. You will also continue to follow your chosen specialism in finance, international business or marketing. YEAR 4 RESEARCH PROJECT (2 semesters) GAME THEORY APPLICATIONS IN MICROECONOMICS ECONOMETRIC THEORY OF TIME SERIES MODELS ADVANCED TOPICS MACROECONOMICS You will also continue to follow your chosen specialism in finance, international business or marketing. MODULES IN FINANCE (YEAR 3/4) INCLUDE: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BUSINESS FINANCE FINANCE AND MARKETS SECURITIES MARKETS INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MODULES (YEAR 3/4) INCLUDE: INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS POLICY MARKETING MODULES (YEAR 3/4) INCLUDE: CONSUMER BEHAVIOURS SERVICES MARKETING MARKET RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL MARKETING For more information on this programme, please click here. [-]

Bachelor in International Logistics and Economics

Campus Netherlands Breda
March 2016

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the international logistics industry. NHTV offers two international programmes... [+]

International Logistics and Economics

This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in the international logistics industry. NHTV offers two international programmes in the field of logistics. In the economic programme is more emphasis on Marketing and Sales Management. In the transport (technological) programme, it is on more ICT-related subjects, like Intelligent Transport Systems.Optimal customer service at minimal cost

How does the iPad get to the store shelves? Will you ensure smooth logistics processes during a music festival? Do you find the best, cheapest and fastest way to produce and distribute products?

After your graduation at NHTV Breda, you are the logistic expert who offers optimal customer service at minimal cost to any logistics-related business challenge!... [-]

Bachelor in Economics and Business Economics

Campus Netherlands Groningen
September 2015

The three-year Economics and Business Economics Bachelor's degree is entirely in English. You will learn how business experts and policy makers attempt to stimulate both corporate and [+]

Bachelors Economics. Bachelor in Economics and business economics

Language:English (100%)The three-year Economics and Business Economics Bachelor's degree is entirely in English. You will learn how business experts and policy makers attempt to stimulate both corporate and economic activity. The programme will give you the theoretical tools and analytical skills needed to address complex issues.During the first year - the foundation year - all students take the same course units. In year two, you will either specialize in Business Economics, Economics or International Economics and Business.

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Bachelor in Economics (BSBA)

Campus USA Warrensburg
January 2016

At its roots, the study of economics provides a foundation for understanding the motivation of individuals and firms as well as the forces that cause growth in living standards, recessions, and inflation. Whether your interests focus on personal issues, such as... [+]

Bachelor in Economics (BSBA) At its roots, the study of economics provides a foundation for understanding the motivation of individuals and firms as well as the forces that cause growth in living standards, recessions, and inflation. Whether your interests focus on personal issues, such as understanding the incentives that induce human behaviors, or examining issues of critical social importance, economics is a stimulating, broad-based field with wide-ranging employment opportunities. Students are required to complete courses in accounting, computer information systems, management, and marketing. This extensive training makes it possible for our graduates to target a wide variety of employment opportunities or continue their education in graduate school. About the Faculty Economics classes at UCM are taught by dynamic, experienced, and nationally recognized faculty members who provide personalized attention for each student. These faculty members bring diverse training and work experiences to the classroom and are actively engaged in economic research. This research, which includes environmental aid, labor market analysis, valuation of sports teams and investigations of statistical methodologies, along with involvement in professional organizations, places the faculty at the forefront of their respective fields. Student Involvement Students pursuing an economics degree have access to a variety of campus organizations and events. The Department of Economics, Finance, and Marketing sponsors the Economics Club which promotes social interaction between students and faculty. In addition to on-campus activities, students are encouraged to complete an internship in economics in order to gain greater practical skills and insight during the completion of the undergraduate degree. Special Facilities The department's offices are housed in the Dockery Building. Classrooms, however, are located in the state-of-the-art Ward Edwards Building, which includes a large computer lab, group computer rooms, group and individual study rooms, student organization offices, and common areas for students. Classrooms are equipped with up-to-date computer hardware and software. Placement Training in economics will give you practical skills and many career choices. An economics degree or background is ideal for students planning for careers in the following areas: research analysts for private corporations such as banks, financial service institutions, and insurance companies; consultants for management, data processing, and health care firms; and analysts for government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels. Studies show that the average compensation for graduates holding an economics degree is higher than all other undergraduate fields except engineering. UCM's Office of Career Services assists students in finding employment throughout the academic year. Recent graduates have landed a variety of positions in diverse settings including: Ph.D. programs and law schools, the Central Intelligence Agency, managerial consultants, financial brokers, and analysts for the state of Missouri. Scholarships & Financial Aid UCM's Student Financial Services Office offers nearly $7 million in merit-based scholarships each year to students who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, special talents, or potential in a specific field of study. The primary mission of the office is to help students and their families identify and apply for appropriate financial resources to help pay the educational and living expenses they'll incur to attend UCM. [-]

Bachelor in Economics

Campus USA Minneapolis Rochester
January 2016

A degree in economics prepares you for a wide range of graduate studies or jobs in both the public and private sectors. [+]

Bachelors Economics. Bachelor in Economics A Firm Foundation A degree in economics prepares you for a wide range of graduate studies or jobs in both the public and private sectors. The department offers six majors: Economics Applied Economics Mathematical Economics Computational Economics Economics and Business Administration Political Science and Economics (education degree) MAJORING IN ECONOMICS The Department of Economics offers a program that stresses a strong theoretical background, quantitative analysis, and an emphasis on national and international issues. Students who graduate with an economics major are well prepared to continue their education in a variety of fields or to work successfully in business and government because of the strong liberal arts emphasis within the major. The department offers six majors: Economics, Applied Economics, Mathematical Economics, Business and Economics, Computational Economics, and Economics and Political Science (Education majors only). The Economics major and the Applied Economics majors lead to careers in the business world or government. The Mathematical Economics major is designed for students who intend to attend graduate school in economics or another quantitative field such as finance or operations research. It is also designed to serve students to work in quantitative fields immediately upon graduation, e.g., research analysts or actuaries. Computational Economics provides a liberal arts entry into the field of computer science. The combined Economics/Business Administration major allows students great flexibility in order to explore both fields. Finally, the teaching major in Political Science/Economics allows secondary education licensure students to obtain a solid background for teaching economics. The study of economics provides a firm foundation for confronting change because it presents a disciplined way to analyze and make choices. An Economics major prepares students for community leadership and leads to a great diversity of career opportunities including law, teaching, journalism, and private and public international service. Pre-law and potential Master of Business Administration students are especially encouraged to consider Economics as a major or a minor. Students are able to combine an Economics major with other disciplines such as Business Administration, International Relations, Mathematics, Management Information Systems, Political Science, History, and area study programs. Students who are interested in any type of quantitatively-oriented graduate program in economics or in business are encouraged to either major or minor in Mathematics. These students should also take courses in Computer Science. Consult an advisor for specific course suggestions. For the Economics and Applied Economics majors, the capstone experience is ECO 490 – Research Methods in Econometrics. Students in other majors should consult their advisor for alternatives. Internships are recommended. Students must consult with the department chair and the Strommen Center before registering for an internship for academic credit. Note: Transfer students must complete at least three upper division economics courses for a major and two for a minor. Transfer classes must have been completed in the last 10 years with at least a 2.0 grade. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Major in Economics, BA ECO 112- Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics ECO 312 – Intermediate Macroeconomics ECO 313 – Intermediate Microeconomics ECO 490 – Research Methods in Econometrics Three upper division economics electives MIS 379 – Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics and MIS 260 – Problem Solving for Business or MAT 163 – Introductory Statistics MAT 114 – Precalculus or MAT 145 – Calculus I or MAT 146 – Calculus II Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Major in Applied Economics, BA ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics ECO 312 – Intermediate Macroeconomics or ECO 315 – Money and Banking ECO 313 – Intermediate Microeconomics ECO 318 – Management Science ECO 350 – Labor Economics ECO 360 – International Economics ECO 490 – Research Methods in Econometrics ECO 399 – Internship Program or ECO 499 – Independent Study MIS 379 – Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics and MIS 260 – Problem Solving for Business or MAT 163 – Introductory Statistics ENL 223 – Writing for Business and the Professions PHI 120 – Ethics or PHI 125 – Ethics and Human Identity Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Major in Computational Economics, BA See Computer Science. Combined Major in Economics and Business Administration, BA Five Economics courses and supporting courses in other departments: ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics ECO 312 – Intermediate Macroeconomics ECO 313 – Intermediate Microeconomics ACC 221 – Introduction to Financial Accounting ACC 222 – Introduction to Managerial Accounting BUS 242 – Principles of Management or BUS 200 – Exploring Business as a Vocation MKT 252 – Principles of Marketing FIN 331 – Financial Management or MIS 379 – Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics and MIS 260 – Problem Solving for Business One upper division Economics course elective One upper division Business elective Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. The Quantitative Reasoning (QR) graduation skill can be met by completing two courses: (1) ECO 112 or 113 (QF) and (2) MIS 379 or ECO 318 or ECO 490 (QA). Consult your department chair or academic advisor if you wish to choose an alternative approach to meeting the QR graduation skill. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Major in Mathematical Economics, BS ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics ECO 312 – Intermediate Macroeconomics ECO 313 – Intermediate Microeconomics ECO 416 – Mathematical Economics ECO 490 – Research Methods in Econometrics MAT 145 – Calculus I MAT 146 – Calculus II MAT 245 – Calculus III MAT 246 – Linear Algebra MAT 373 – Probability and Statistics I MAT 374 – Probability and Statistics II MAT 324 – Analysis or MAT 369 – Modeling and Differential Equations in the Biological and Natural Sciences or MAT 377 – Operations Research Two upper division economics course electives Recommended Courses: CSC 160 – Introduction to Computer Science and Communication CSC 170 – Introduction to Programming Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Teacher Licensure Major The State of Minnesota has specific licensing requirements for teachers that may differ slightly in emphasis from the Augsburg major requirements. The state requirements may also be subject to change after publication of this catalog. Students, therefore, should consult with the Augsburg Department of Education to identify current Minnesota teacher licensure requirements. Teaching Major in Political Science and Economics See Political Science. Departmental Honors GPA of 3.50 in the major and 3.00 overall; a senior thesis and comprehensive oral examination in the major field of concentration. Minor in Economics ECO 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 113 – Principles of Microeconomics ECO 312 – Intermediate Macroeconomics ECO 313 – Intermediate Microeconomics One additional upper division economics course Other configurations may be permitted by consulting with the department chair. Note: Students who plan to major in the department are strongly encouraged to select a faculty advisor as soon as possible in order to carefully plan their program of study. RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES Students at Augsburg have the opportunity to conduct economic research. The Capstone course (ECO 490) introduces students to econometric theory and the process of economic analysis. Many Augsburg students have presented at conferences such as the MidWest Economics Association Conference, Posters on the Hill – Washington D.C., and the National Conferences for Undergraduate Research (NCUR). In addition, students can conduct collaborative research with faculty as a research assistant. This allows for students to try out research for the first time or focus on a specific aspect of a research project. The Office of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunity (URGO) provides funding for both academic year research grants and summer research assistantships. CAREERS AND GRADUATE STUDY A liberal arts degree in economics emphasizes the development of critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, problem-solving and communication skills. Students learn how to gather information relevant to a particular problem, analyze that information, and synthesize it in ways that lead to new levels of understanding. Econ Grads Get Jobs There’s a wide range of job possibilities with an economics degree. Graduates go on to: Business Finance Banking Consulting Government Teaching International Affairs Research A degree in economics builds a foundation for success in a wide range of careers in finance, banking, business, consulting, government, teaching, international affairs and research. According to the Wall Street Journal, economics has become an increasingly popular major for undergraduates and is in high demand by employers. Econ Grads go on to Graduate School In addition, an economics major serves as ideal preparation for graduate work in economics, business, public policy, law and other fields. Augsburg’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunities (URGO) is a great resource for students interested in pursuing graduate study. ECONOMICS CLUB The Economics Club would like to extend an invitation for all economics majors, minors, and those interested to join. This club provides you with an opportunity to: Get to know the economics department faculty, majors, and minors Join those with similar interests in fun and intellectually stimulating activities Acquire a better understanding of the field of economics and its applications outside of academia Learn more about preparing yourself for the job market and/or graduate school [-]

Barcelona GSE Intensive Course on the Unconventional Monetary Policy

Campus Spain Barcelona
May 2015

In recent years, after reducing their reference interest rates at nearly 0%, most central banks designed a variety of novel monetary policy tools to fight recessions, including communication strategies, credit policies, and large-scale asset purchases. These [+]

In recent years, after reducing their reference interest rates at nearly 0%, most central banks designed a variety of novel monetary policy tools to fight recessions, including communication strategies, credit policies, and large-scale asset purchases. These new measures often referred to as “unconventional” monetary policies. The objective of this course is to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the state-of-the-art research on different types of unconventional policies, of their costs and benefits, and of their effects on financial and aggregate economic variables. The program’s faculty includes some of the leading academics and economists in the area of monetary policy, with extensive experience in policymaking institutions such as the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank. Program Description After an introductory overview of the main approaches proposed in the literature to study conventional and unconventional policies, the course will describe the different policy tools adopted by central banks in the aftermath of the recent financial crisis. Special attention will be devoted to illustrate the costs and benefits of alternative policy measures, such as credit facilities, large-scale asset purchases, exchange-rate policies and money financed fiscal expenditure. The course will also discuss the main empirical techniques, and the main results obtained in the literature about the effects of monetary policy on financial assets and aggregate economic variables, with a special attention to the practical experience of the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank. Key Benefits: to understand... the differences between conventional and unconventional monetary policies the rationale behind alternative unconventional tools, and the associated costs and benefits the challenges faced by the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, and the resulting policy choices the relationship between unconventional monetary policies and other macroeconomic reforms the transmission mechanism of unconventional policies, and their impact on financial institutions the effects of unconventional policies on financial assets, and aggregate economic variables how financial traders respond to unconventional policies [-]

BA Law and Economics Hons

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

Law and Economics offers you the opportunity to study two areas of great significance in contemporary society in a three-year programme which combines the foundations of law alongside compulsory and optional modules in Economics (taught by [+]

Bachelors Economics. Law and Economics offers you the opportunity to study two areas of great significance in contemporary society in a three-year programme which combines the foundations of law alongside compulsory and optional modules in Economics (taught by our highly ranked and regarded School of Economics). As a student on this programme you develop an understanding of the law, taught from a critical perspective which allows you to engage in informed debate about legal issues, and an understanding of economic principles relevant both to global developments and everyday life. Kent Law School is recognised as one of the leading law schools in the UK. It has an international reputation both for its world-leading research and for the high quality, innovative, critical and socio-legal education that it provides. Independent rankings In the National Student Survey 2013 96% of Kent Law students were satisfied with the overall quality of their course. Kent Law School is ranked 10th nationally in The Times Good University Guide 2014. Economics at Kent has received consistently high scores in the National Student Survey having been ranked in the top 5 in all of the last 5 years. [-]

Bachelor in Business Economics

Campus Lithuania Vilnius
March 2016

Having acquired the degree of Professional Bachelor in Economics the person is competent to work as an economist and perform other related job activities in different business entities, financial or investment companies as well as in the institutions of local and municipal administration, budgetary organizations. [+]

Subjects of study field Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Accounting, Business Taxes, Enterprise Finance, Financial Markets, Document Management, Law, Business and Marketing, Information Technology, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Project Management, Mathematical Models of Business Solutions, Professional Language, Business Planning, International Economy, Investment Economy, Management Accounting, Enterprise Activity Analysis, Business Statistics, Computerized Business Management, Business Decision Computer Modelling, Econometrics. STUDY PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES TO: - communicate in Lithuanian and foreign languages and be able to make decisions in a team; - manage information flow applying modern methods of processing; - analyse and evaluate economic business environment; - follow regulations and other documents concerning activity of economic entities; - form the company‘s accounting and financial politics, have orientation in money and capital markets; - determine strategic objectives, to simulate economic entity‘s management and investment decisions; - plan and forecast the financial and investment activities of economic entities in the global market; - analyse and evaluate the efficiency of entity‘s economic and financial activity resources usage; - provide the strategy of entity’s economic and financial performance and its economic justification. GRADUATES ARE able to analyze and assess the economic and business environment, to analyze survey data and economic information, necessary to make management decisions, to assess the economic entity‘s or its economic, financial, investment activities of the subdivision, to best balance the forecasted economic entity‘s material, labour, financial, investment needs and current resources and suggest proposals on economic options, production development, efficient use of resources and other economic issues, to make marketing and business plans and to control their execution, to acquire sufficient knowledge to set up a business. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Having acquired the degree of Professional Bachelor in Economics the person is competent to work as an economist and perform other related job activities in different business entities, financial or investment companies as well as in the institutions of local and municipal administration, budgetary organizations. [-]

Bachelor in Economics and Finance (CLEF)

Campus Italy Bologna
March 2016

Economics and finance study how individuals, businesses, and governments allocate resources to best satisfy their objectives. [+]

Bachelors Economics. Economics and finance study how individuals, businesses, and governments allocate resources to best satisfy their objectives. The goal of this program is to provide students with the tools they need to analyze modern economic and financial systems, which are nowadays complex and interconnected well behind national boundaries. The program trains students to apply the tools of economic analysis and finance to understand the behaviour of economic agents, the functioning of markets and of organizations. Students will be able to understand the debate about economic policies, such as development, growth, financial policies, innovation, trade and globalization, taxation, government expenditure, health and welfare. Teaching activities are organized so to enhance problem-solving abilities and to address new and complex issues. [-]

Bachelor in Economics and Statistics

Campus Kosovo Prishtina
March 2016

The economics concentration emphasizes the quantitative analytical approach to dealing with economic problems in both the public and private sectors, providing students with marketable [+]

Bachelor of Science in Applied Arts and Science - Economics and Statistics 

Upon successful completion of the program requirements, AUK students receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences issued by the Rochester Institute of Technology. This is the same degree that students at RIT, New York receive at the end of their studies. As an English- taught program, it prepares students or varied career choices, and provides students with a diverse set of skills, which employers look for.The degree is awarded upon satisfactory completion of a minimum of 120 credits. In order to achieve to that level students are require to attend two majors and a minor, which is elective.  ... [-]

MSc Finance and Econometrics

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

The Finance and Econometrics postgraduate degree programme is designed to provide an education in advanced finance theory and econometric methods. The core modules build on your existing knowledge, understanding and skills [+]

Bachelors Economics. The Finance and Econometrics postgraduate degree programme is designed to provide an education in advanced finance theory and econometric methods. The core modules build on your existing knowledge, understanding and skills, so that you develop a deeper understanding of econometric and financial theories, quantitative and research methods, and policy applications. The optional module is chosen between two modules based upon the research interests of members of School staff in finance and econometrics, and the dissertation develops your research skills and follows on from the research methods module. The teaching of skills is carefully integrated into the structure of the modules so that the degree provides not only a more advanced level of knowledge but also a higher level of the skills required of economists in the jobs market. Programme structure Core modules - Advanced Macroeconomics - Econometric Methods - Financial Markets and Instruments - Research Methods - Time Series Econometrics - Applied Microeconometrics - Financial Economics and Asset Pricing Optional modules: - Plus one option from: - International Finance - Advanced Microeconomics of Consumers, Markets and Welfare   Dissertation Teaching and assessment The courses are taught by lectures, seminars and computer workshops, with emphasis placed on reading original literature and the preparation of seminar papers by students. Assessment is based on a mixture of assignments, projects and written examinations (in May). The programme is completed by a research-based dissertation of 10,000-12,000 words on an approved topic between May and September. [-]

BA Economics and Politics (Hons)

Campus UK Kent
September 2015

Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times, including: economic growth and sustainable development, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural [+]

Economics examines some of the profound issues in our life and times, including: economic growth and sustainable development, emerging market economies, financial and monetary crises, environmental and natural resource problems, international trade and aid to poor countries. The School has a strong international reputation for excellence for research in key areas of economics and many staff advise government bodies both globally and in the UK. Student satisfaction with our programmes is very high, for four years running (2009-12) we have been in the top five economics departments in the National Student Survey and rank equally highly in other league tables. Politics and international relations is an exciting, fast-changing, broad-based discipline. Our programmes are extremely flexible and offer extensive module choice, reflecting the research interests of our staff, including conflict resolution, federalism, comparative politics, European integration, ethnic conflict, terrorism, the theory of international relations, political theory, and the politics of countries such as China, Japan, Russia and the USA. [-]

Bachelor in Accounting

Campus USA

The Accounting program at Slippery Rock University prepares students for success in the challenging and rewarding field of accounting. [+]

Bachelors Economics. The Accounting program at Slippery Rock University prepares students for success in the challenging and rewarding field of accounting. The integrated curriculum focuses on the development of students’ business and accounting skills and knowledge while enhancing their communication, teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving skills as well as technological proficiency. Emphasis is placed on student learning through research and practical application as students prepare for professional certification exams and careers in public accounting, government, and private industry. Student professional growth is encouraged and enhanced through participation in the Student Accounting Society and the internship program in the School of Business. In the classroom, accounting students are introduced to a variety of software programs used by accounting professionals that provide realistic application of accounting practices and procedures. This state-of-the-art learning center engages students in the learning process as they master accounting concepts, principles, and related procedures in an environment that simulates the workplace. The School of Business’ accounting program is a step above the ordinary; it equips future accounting professionals with a unique set of marketable skills that sets them apart from their peers in the workplace. Requirements for the Major - Credits: 69 Required BSBA Core Courses - Credits: 39 - ACCT 209 - Financial Accounting Credits: 3 - ACCT 210 - Managerial Accounting Credits: 3 - ACCT 340 - Legal Environment of Business I Credits: 3 - ECON 201 - Principles of Macroeconomics Credits: 3 - ECON 202 - Principles of Microeconomics Credits: 3 - FIN 303 - Issues in Global Business Credits: 3 - FIN 320 - Managerial Finance Credits: 3 - MGMT 219 - Business Statistics Credits: 3 OR - ECON 219 - Business Statistics Credits: 3 - MGMT 320 - Operations Management I Credits: 3 - MGMT 351 - Organizational Behavior Credits: 3 - MGMT 365 - Management Information Systems Credits: 3 OR - CPSC 365 - Management Information Systems Credits: 3 - MGMT 458 - Integrated Business Policy Credits: 3 - MRKT 330 - Principles of Marketing Credits: 3 Accounting Major - Credits: 24 - ACCT 308 - Federal Individual Income Tax Credits: 3 - ACCT 310 - Cost Accounting Credits: 3 - ACCT 313 - Intermediate Accounting I Credits: 3 - ACCT 314 - Intermediate Accounting II Credits: 3 - ACCT 330 - Accounting Information Systems Credits: 3 - ACCT 411 - Auditing Theory and Practice Credits: 3 - ACCT 413 - Advanced Accounting Credits: 3 Choose one Accounting Elective from the list below: - ACCT 311 - Federal Corporate and Transfer Taxes Credits: 3 - ACCT 341 - Legal Environment of Business II Credits: 3 - ACCT 412 - Accounting Seminar Credits: 3 - ACCT 450 - Internship Credits: Up to 12 Credits: 3 - FIN 321 - Investments Credits: 3 - FIN 323 - Financial Markets and Institutions Credits: 3 - FIN 409 - Retirement and Estate Planning Credits: 3 Other Required Courses - Credits: 6 - CPSC 210 - Productivity Software Credits: 3 - MATH 123 - Introduction to Applied Calculus Credits: 3 OR - MATH 125 - Precalculus Credits: 4 OR - MATH 225 - Calculus I Credits: 4 [-]

Bachelor in Economics

Campus USA New Concord
January 2016

Economic forces affect all persons in many ways. Control of these forces depends on an understanding of them, gained through the study of economics. [+]

Economic forces affect all persons in many ways. Control of these forces depends on an understanding of them, gained through the study of economics. Related Areas of Study Accounting Business International Business Mission Statement The mission of the Economics, Accounting and Business Department is to help produce well-rounded members of the business community who understand the necessity of profit balanced by the constraints of ethical conduct, legal behavior, and risk. All four majors in our Department (Economics, Accounting, Accounting-Public, and Business) are designed to provide the tools necessary for our graduates to succeed in both the world of commerce and in graduate degree programs. We seek to challenge our students to objectively analyze economic circumstances, to construct feasible and ethical alternatives, and to make appropriate decisions that balance the welfare of the firm with the overall impact on society. The Economics, Accounting and Business Department mission supports the mission of Muskingum University by providing high quality academic programs in the context of a liberal arts education. We help develop whole persons who can think critically, behave ethically, and engage socially so that they may lead vocationally productive, personally satisfying, and socially responsible lives. [-]

Bachelor in Global Economy (BA)

Campus United Arab Emirates Dubai
August 2015

The BA Global Economy Program is developed specifically for applicants who intend to become specialists in the areas of international economic relations and foreign economic activities of different companies. [+]

Bachelors Economics. The BA Global Economy Program is developed specifically for applicants who intend to become specialists in the areas of international economic relations and foreign economic activities of different companies. Students are trained in two areas: Functional areas that includes advanced study of international business and Regional studies (Middle Eastern region, Asian region, Western & European regions). Graduates of the BA Global Economy Program will acquire fundamental economic knowledge, understanding of globalization processes in international economy, economic functionality and development in certain countries and regions, and practical skills in the area of foreign economic activities. The above knowledge and skills allows graduates to take up good positions in the best international companies in the world. ... [-]