The BBA, which is an acronym for Bachelor of Business Administration, is an academic degree granted to those who effectively complete about three or four years of rigorous coursework in a business or commerce-related discipline.
Those who study economics first and foremost learn the differences between microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics involves the behavior of individual markets, such as households and firms, and their interactions. Macroeconomics, on the other hand, involves looking at the entire economy as a whole.
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The Economics concentration of the Bachelor of Business Administration is designed to provide you with the information you need for a holistic understanding of the global economic market. [+]
Steve Jobs once said, "The only way to do great work is to love what you do." At Trevecca, we want to help you discover your calling and love what you do, whether it's accounting, running a non-profit, HR management, or whatever business you're most passionate about.
Trevecca's Department of Business Administration offeres two degree paths: a Bachelor of Business Administration or a Bachelor of Science in business. The B.B.A. route allows you to choose concentations in various fields, from community development to marketing. A Bachelor of Science in business offers more flexibility to those who are not drawn to any of the B.B.A. concentrations.
Our school and professors maintain relationships with the Nashville business community and beyond. These relationships often lead to exciting internships and job opportunities for our graduates.... [-]
This programme aims to provide students with a sound tertiary education that will not only train their minds, develop their critical faculties, and provide them with a practical professional orientation, but also encourage them to take a life-long view of education and self-development. [+]
This programme aims to provide students with a sound tertiary education that will not only train their minds, develop their critical faculties, and provide them with a practical professional orientation, but also encourage them to take a life-long view of education and self-development.
The general educational objectives of the Programme are to enable students to benefit from a broad-based education as they pursue a business education with a specialisation in Applied Economics, and to develop their problem-solving, decision-making, and innovative thinking skills to handle real-life challenges. Accordingly, students will be required to study a range of general education, business and finance courses to achieve a balanced liberal arts and business education. This is consistent with UIC’s mission of providing its students with a whole person education that prepares them for lifelong learning and global citizenship. Business courses are focused on providing the knowledge and skills that are expected of today’s business and business leaders. Applied Economics courses provide an emphasis on the major speciallism.... [-]
The International Business Administration (IBA) field of Economics and Management is the broadest of the selection of IBA specialisations enabling students to understand management from an international and organisational, economy based perspective. [+]
The International Business Administration (IBA) field of Economics and Management is the broadest of the selection of IBA specialisations enabling students to understand management from an international and organisational, economy based perspective.
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Knowledge of how the economy works has become essential to businesses around the world. The idea that the way companies and organisations, consumers and governments make decisions that will affect the operation, performance and eventual success of a firm has been imbedded within business administration, which makes the programme Economics and Management the broadest business degree offered by Wittenborg. Economics concerns the conduct of business within the local social and political environment, looking at the conduct of business, government policy-making, laws and restrictions and the enormous changes taking place within Europe, Americas, Asia, Africa and the rest of the world.... [-]
Northwood's Economics curriculum includes courses designed to prepare you for a broad range of careers in business, government, and law. [+]
A wise economics teacher once said, "Supply and demand. That is all."
Okay, maybe that isn't a direct quote, but as far as most students are concerned, it's about all they took away from their high school economics class.
However, there exists a certain breed of student who sees the supply and demand curve as more than an "L" and an "X". Just as John Nash in A Beautiful Mind looked at a set of numbers and saw patterns and relationships, these students look at rising gas prices and see graphs, intersecting lines, a surplus here and a shortage there; and develop explanations beyond, "Well, you know, the economy just stinks."
Economics is the issue of our times, affecting everything from how much gas we can put in our cars to how much we pay for a soda—and even which college or university we will attend (FYI, Northwood's Financial Aid department helps to make your private education affordable!). Whether as close as home or as far as the other side of the world, the opportunities for Economics majors are world-wide and wide-ranging.... [-]