BScs in Canada

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Academic institutions around the world offer a BSc or Bachelor of Science.  This popular undergraduate degree is helpful in preparing students for the workplace or for advanced degree programs.  The average BSc takes three to five years to complete.

Canadians place great importance on learning, and have developed a first-rate education system with high standards. Not only does Canada provide a safe, clean environment, but it has been consistently ranked as one of the world’s best places to live in terms of quality of life by the UN.

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BS in Business Administration

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver Campus
Campus Full time 150 hours September 2017 Canada Vancouver

The International Business concentration prepares students to understand and effectively participate in the management of business firms operating in a multinational environment. Courses examine in-depth theories and applied concepts relevant to conducting business in a competitive global arena. [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. The International Business concentration prepares students to understand and effectively participate in the management of business firms operating in a multinational environment. Courses examine in-depth theories and applied concepts relevant to conducting business in a competitive global arena. International business courses include: International Business, International Management, International Marketing, and International Trade. Business Program Highlights Internship Opportunities During their last year of study, students have the opportunity to enrol in an internship either for credit or not for credit. This has many benefits as it allows them to gain valuable work experience, develop and build upon skills, get a foot in the door at a company, etc. Study Abroad Opportunities and Global Business Experience Students can travel, meet other people, and learn about other cultures while studying and earning credits towards your degree. Numerous destinations are available including FDU Wroxton (UK), FDU New Jersey (USA), SKKU (Korea), Zeppelin University (Germany ), China, and many more. Your financial aid will “travel with you” during studies at Wroxton, NJ, or other select locations. Minor in Digital Marketing With so many advances in technology, today's marketing arena is more complex than ever before. Marketers are struggling to keep up with information being shared and used by their customers on a variety of platforms. Marketing success lies in being able to understand these digital and social platforms, and in being able to seamlessly integrate a range of new capabilities with some of the more traditional ones. A bachelor's degree... [-]

Bachelor of Science in Game Programming

LaSalle College Vancouver
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Vancouver

The Bachelor of Science in Game Programming degree program has a strong applied focus in programming, mathematics, physics, game development, game design and teamwork and is designed to prepare graduates to seek entry-level employment as a Video Game Programmer. The program is committed to the advancement of applied art, computer science, software programming and its role in the global culture. [+]

The Bachelor of Science in Game Programming degree program has a strong applied focus in programming, mathematics, physics, game development, game design and teamwork and is designed to prepare graduates to seek entry-level employment as a Video Game Programmer. The program is committed to the advancement of applied art, computer science, software programming and its role in the global culture. There’s a market for creative minds who have the talent and tenacity it takes to breathe life into the ideas behind video game levels, characters, and stories. Those who succeed in this competitive field are able to combine a programmer’s skills and an artist’s vision to take on both creative and technical challenges. If you think you’re ready to test yourself in that market, our Visual & Game Programming degree program is the place to start. Using industry-driven programming tools, you’ll enhance the skills you already have and develop the ones you’ll need to spark imaginations...and start a career where you do what you love. From start to finish, you’ll be surrounded and inspired by other talented, creatively driven students. And you’ll be pushed, challenged, and, above all else, supported by experienced faculty*. It’ll be intense. Demanding. All-consuming. And totally worth it. *Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors. Program Objectives Program objectives are to provide students with the following: A strong theoretical and practical knowledge of game programming. A hands-on, learning-centred educational environment that supports and enhances students’ professional and academic development as designers. Targeted preparation and... [-]

Bachelor of Science Chemistry & Biochemistry

University of Regina
Campus Full time Part time January 2018 Canada Regina

Nature and behaviour of elements, compounds and chemical reactions; analytical, computational, inorganic, organic, physical and theoretical chemistry; metabolism, nutritional and regulatory chemistry, enzymes, nucleic acids, biophysics and molecular genetics (biochemistry); synthesis of new compounds or materials; detection and measurement of chemicals; quality control; environmental protection; health and safety practices; scientific research methodology and data analysis. [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. Bachelor of Science Chemistry & Biochemistry Knowledge Nature and behaviour of elements, compounds and chemical reactions; analytical, computational, inorganic, organic, physical and theoretical chemistry; metabolism, nutritional and regulatory chemistry, enzymes, nucleic acids, biophysics and molecular genetics (biochemistry); synthesis of new compounds or materials; detection and measurement of chemicals; quality control; environmental protection; health and safety practices; scientific research methodology and data analysis. Skills Plan, set up and conduct chemical analyses (e.g., soil, hormones, water); design, synthesize and test new chemical products (e.g., drugs, foods, fuels, paints, new materials, nanochemicals); measure pollutants in the air, water and soil; examine evidence and DNA; assess and solve complex problems; think logically, creatively and independently; interpret and write detailed technical reports; observe health and safety practices; apply computer skills and statistical techniques. Sample Courses Biochemistry Metabolism, Enzymes, Biophysics, Molecular Genetics, Chemical Biology, Advanced Microscopy, Cell Signalling. Sample Courses Chemistry Organic Chemistry, Quantum Chemistry, Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals, Modern Organic Synthesis, Computational Chemistry. Examples of Career Fields and Occupations Analytical Chemist Biochemist (e.g., manufacturing & pharmaceutical industries) Biotechnology Chemical Technologist Clinical Chemist Environmental Chemist Food Scientist Forensics Gene Technologist Laboratory Analyst Health/Safety Inspector Health Professional (e.g., dentist, nutritionist, pharmacist, physician) Immunologist Industrial Chemist (e.g., agriculture, cosmetics, forestry, petroleum, plastics) Medical Lab Technologist Pharmaceutical Chemist Pathology Assistant Pharmacologist Plant Physiologist Pollution Control Professor Research Assistant Research Chemist Sales Manager Science Writer Teacher Toxicologist Over the past five years, for example, the number... [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Environmental Systems Engineering

University of Regina
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 Canada Regina

Our Environmental Systems Engineering (EVSE) program is very popular with students and respected by industry, largely because of its timely combination of environmental concerns and the systems approach to addressing civil and industrial environmental issues. Areas of study include environmental system design and impact and risk assessment. [+]

Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Environmental Systems Engineering What is Environmental Systems Engineering? Our Environmental Systems Engineering (EVSE) program is very popular with students and respected by industry, largely because of its timely combination of environmental concerns and the systems approach to addressing civil and industrial environmental issues. Areas of study include environmental system design and impact and risk assessment. Our Program The Environmental Systems Engineering (EVSE) program demonstrates and applies systems engineering principles to environmental issues associated with water resources, air pollution, transportation, industrial development, and waste management. Graduate with: Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in Environmental Systems Engineering Students in Co-operative Education graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Co-op) in Environmental Systems Engineering Students in the Internship Program graduate with a B.A.Sc. (Internship) in Environmental Systems Engineering The EVSE program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. Undergraduate EVSE Labs Our students apply learnings from classroom lectures in the laboratory sections of each course to witness theory in practice, to gain hands-on laboratory experience, to practice necessary applied skills, and to practice engineering design. In the Fluids Dynamics and Hydraulics Laboratory, students learn principles of fluids. The Applied Biosystems Laboratory teaches biological applications in environmental engineering. The Water and Wastewater Laboratory is used in the design and optimization of water and wastewater treatment systems. Our Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory houses geotechnical testing and surveying equipment. Students test, characterize, and classify soils and examine soil properties. Over the past five years the number of international students studying at the... [-]

BS in Information Technology

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver Campus
Campus Full time 122 hours September 2017 Canada Vancouver

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program in Information Technology (IT) offers an interdisciplinary curriculum focusing on Information Technology and Computer Science. In addition, the program is unique in that it merges traditional academic topics with leading edge and current IT practices and technology. [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program in Information Technology (IT) offers an interdisciplinary curriculum focusing on Information Technology and Computer Science. In addition, the program is unique in that it merges traditional academic topics with leading edge and current IT practices and technology. The overarching goal of the program is to prepare students with broad, integrated IT knowledge including communications, computer networking, computer-based systems, database management, software development, website development, digital media and electronic publishing. Students learn how to evaluate current and emerging technologies; identify user needs; design user-friendly interfaces; apply, configure and manage technologies; and assess the impact of technologies on individuals, organizations and society. Students majoring in Information Technology in the Gildhart Haase School of Computer Sciences and Engineering complete courses in Network and Systems Administration and Web Technology. These courses provide students with the competencies necessary to plan, customize and manage secure network and operating system configurations for optimum business applications and plan, design and maintain professional quality websites and internet applications for e-commerce and other business applications. These courses may also lead to certification in IT fields such as CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+, and they may provide practicum experiences to qualified students. In addition, certification exam vouchers are provided as part of the program. Career Pathways Graduates of Fairleigh Dickinson University's B.S. in Information Technology program are qualified IT professionals who are prepared for careers in a wide-range of IT-related areas, as follows: Computer networking Network and systems administration... [-]

Bachelor of Science: Mathematics

University of Windsor, Undergraduate
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

At the University of Windsor, you can pursue programs in mathematics, statistics, actuarial science, math and computer science or combine math study with other disciplines such as physics, chemistry, economics, music and English. [+]

At the University of Windsor, you can pursue programs in mathematics, statistics, actuarial science, math and computer science or combine math study with other disciplines such as physics, chemistry, economics, music and English. A Rigorous, Enriching Program The department’s selection of courses is comprehensive, allowing students to focus on any combination of applied mathematics (operational research), pure mathematics, nance, actuarial science, statistics, or numerical analysis, while building a solid and broad foundation. Our programs include a core of rigorous courses designed to develop your mathematical problem- solving and communication skills, to increase your knowledge of mathematical structures and applications, and to enrich your spirit through exposure to the beauty of mathematics. Our undergraduate education is thorough, and graduates of our department may expect to be well-prepared to excel in professional programs or in graduate programs in mathematics, statistics, or such related areas as economics. Our students enjoy exceptional access to faculty and individual attention due to small class size and research opportunities. Beginning in their second year, students may work one-on-one with faculty on research during the academic year through the Outstanding Scholars’ program and during the summer through NSERC undergraduate research awards. Our programs allow you the exibility to specialize in whichever mathematical science or multidisciplinary study appeals to you. You may graduate with a broad general education, preparing you for diverse career paths, or with deep preparation in a specialty of your choice. The opportunities to engage in quality research, acquire teamwork skills, and develop the nucleus for... [-]

Bachelor of Science: Environmental Science

University of Windsor, Undergraduate
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

If you have a natural curiosity and concern about such issues as climate change, pollution, biodiversity, and sustainability, Environmental Science offers you exciting career opportunities. It applies scientific tools from such disciplines as biology, chemistry, physics, geology, and geography, and allows the integration and application of these to field and laboratory studies. [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. If you have a natural curiosity and concern about such issues as climate change, pollution, biodiversity, and sustainability, Environmental Science offers you exciting career opportunities. It applies scientific tools from such disciplines as biology, chemistry, physics, geology, and geography, and allows the integration and application of these to field and laboratory studies. Environmental scientists use scientific tools and principles to study the biological, physical, and chemical components that comprise our environment and how they interact and respond to human influences. At UWindsor, we apply an integrated systems approach to provide you with the knowledge necessary for sustainable development of resources and for the management and mitigation of environmental change. A Rigorous, Enriching Program The Great Lakes system is the largest freshwater resource in the world. The City of Windsor is located at its centre — a great laboratory to study important environmental problems and solutions on both global and local levels. Our faculty members include internationally renowned scientists who carry out research on a variety of environmental problems. Our classes will provide you with a focused learning experience. Our faculty members often invite their students to become directly involved in research projects. In addition, with appropriate course choices, you can obtain the knowledge requirements for professional accreditation such as with ECO Canada and APGO (Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario). You will receive a solid grounding in scienti c principles and natural processes during your first two years of study. This includes significant, hands-on... [-]

Bachelor of Science Computer Science (Honours or General)

University of Windsor, Undergraduate
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Software engineering, network and system analysis continue to be the top jobs with steady growth projected through 2018. Canadian businesses need to fill tens of thousands of new skilled IT positions every year. [+]

Software engineering, network and system analysis continue to be the top jobs with steady growth projected through 2018. Canadian businesses need to fill tens of thousands of new skilled IT positions every year. The University of Windsor offers a variety of computer science programs to prepare students for a career in the technology industry or in research and academia. A computer science degree provides an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of computer science as well as exposure to the latest tools and technology. Computing drives innovation in the sciences where creative and wide ranging computer applications enable rewarding and challenging possibilities that make a positive difference in the world. Computer Science (General) Three-year degree program Offers exposure to the various components of computer science Provides a solid background in the foundation of computing and other subject areas Computer Science with Optional Co-op (Honours) Four-year degree program Provides in-depth advanced theory and practice Fields of Specialisation: 1) Artificial Intelligence Includes topics such as logic and symbolic programming, search techniques, knowledge representations, planning and natural language processing 2) Game Development Focuses on such topics relevant to computer game development as: artificial intelligence for computer games; graphics; and multimedia and team-oriented game development A game development capstone project completes the final year Provides solid groundwork for entry level positions in rapidly growing game and game-related industries 3) Multimedia Emphasizes WWW, visualization and human computer interface Courses in Computer Science can be integrated with Communication, Media and Film studies and Visual Arts 4) Networks... [-]

Bachelor of Science: Chemistry

University of Windsor, Undergraduate
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Chemistry is the study of matter — anything that has mass and occupies space. Everything you can touch, hold, smell or taste involves chemistry and chemicals. Chemists design new compounds, materials and processes to serve the needs of society: [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. Chemistry is the study of matter — anything that has mass and occupies space. Everything you can touch, hold, smell or taste involves chemistry and chemicals. Chemists design new compounds, materials and processes to serve the needs of society: Some examples include new pharmaceuticals to fight disease, industrial catalysts for efficient manufacturing, and leading- edge nanotechnologies to change the world we live in. Chemists study the relationship between the chemical structure of matter and its properties, and predict and explain how matter changes when it reacts to form new substances. Rigorous, Enriching Programs The B.Sc. Chemistry is one of our most popular Faculty of Science programs. The Honours Chemistry program is extremely flexible, providing a strong background in chemistry, and allowing students to pursue interests in various areas of science, including biology, physics, math, earth sciences and computer science. We offer students courses and laboratory experience in the general sub-disciplines of chemistry: Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Materials Chemistry Expertise in all of these sub-disciplines is important for careers as chemists, research scientists, forensic scientists, environmental chemists and consultants, laboratory technicians, chemical educators, and a wide variety of careers. We require you to obtain some experience with biological, organic and inorganic molecules, as well as their physical properties, during the course of your degree. What You Will Take First Year What follows is a sample first-year schedule: General Chemistry I Linear Algebra I Differential Calculus Introductory Physics I Arts or Social... [-]

Bachelor of Science: Biology and Biotechnology

University of Windsor, Undergraduate
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Biology is one of the life sciences that describes the study of well-being or overall condition of an organism through the use of observation, experimental investigation and theoretical explanation. [+]

Biology is one of the life sciences that describes the study of well-being or overall condition of an organism through the use of observation, experimental investigation and theoretical explanation. Biotechnology is the synthesis of important biological molecules using living systems. Rigorous, Enriching Programs The Biology and Biotechnology program investigates biological systems at the cellular, organism and/or population levels. This involves the use of living cells and the materials they produce to create products for pharmaceutical, diagnostic, agricultural and environmental applications. Our program includes hands-on learning of sophisticated laboratory techniques and addresses ecological, medical and ethical aspects of this field. You will acquire the tools and skills necessary to successfully compete for positions in industry, government, education or any one of several professional programs including medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, physical therapy - just to name a few. Experiential Learning Extensive training is provided in both the theory and practice of biotechnology including the development of rst-rate biotechnology laboratory techniques. The program is similar in most respects to the biochemistry program. What You Will Take First Year What follows is a sample first-year schedule: Cell Biology General Chemistry I Calculus Science elective Arts or Social Science elective Biological Diversity General Chemistry II Statistics Science elective Arts or Social Science elective Admission Requirements Our Biology and Biotechnology program has a minimum admission average of 70% (plus 70% secondary average). ENG4U, MHF4U, SCH4U and SBI4U are required. MCV4U is strongly recommended. SPH4U is recommended. Career Tracks R&D Quality control Clinical research Manufacturing and... [-]

Bachelor of Science: Biology and Biochemistry

University of Windsor, Undergraduate
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Health care is currently Canada’s second-largest service industry and one of the world’s fastest-growing employment sectors. Our Health and Biomedical Sciences stream provides a clear pathway to medicine, pharmacy or graduate research in a health-related science. [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. Health care is currently Canada’s second-largest service industry and one of the world’s fastest-growing employment sectors. Our Health and Biomedical Sciences stream provides a clear pathway to medicine, pharmacy or graduate research in a health-related science. Rigorous, Enriching Programs This interdisciplinary program builds on the strengths of both biology and biochemistry and is designed to meet the needs of students who want a strong background in the fundamental sciences informing health and medicine. The curriculum incorporates integrated laboratory components with exibility in senior courses and course selection to suit particular student interests. The overall curriculum includes a greater focus on core sciences than most other health or biomedical programs, providing rigorous training that keeps alternate career paths open and provides more options for graduate and professional schools. Students may concentrate on sub-specialties such as biochemistry, medical physics or microbiology, which will lead to a wide range of career goals. What You Will Take First Year In your first year, you will take the foundational courses in Biology and Chemistry, along with Calculus, Physics, Statistics, and Arts or Social Science. The first year science courses in this stream can be used to satisfy some prerequisite requirements for many pre-professional programs, and help students prepare for external admissions tests like the MCAT®. A sample schedule is shown below. Year 1 Fall Cell Biology General Chemistry I Introductory Physics I Differential Calculus Arts/Social Science elective Winter Biological Diversity General Chemistry II Introductory Physics II Integral Calculus Statistics... [-]

Bachelor of Science: Biological Sciences

University of Windsor, Undergraduate
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Biology is one of the life sciences that describes the study of well-being or overall condition of an organism through the use of observation, experimental investigation and theoretical explanation. [+]

Biology is one of the life sciences that describes the study of well-being or overall condition of an organism through the use of observation, experimental investigation and theoretical explanation. Rigorous, Enriching Programs Our program involves the application of modern investigative techniques in several biological areas. We offer specialization in microbiology, cellular, developmental, environmental and evolutionary biology, population and ecosystem ecology or a combination of these areas. Biological science majors acquire the tools and skills necessary to successfully compete for positions in industry, government, education or any one of several professional programs including medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and physical therapy—just to name a few. Unlike many other universities, biology undergraduate students at Windsor are given the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on laboratory and eld experience beginning in the rst year of study. What You Will Take First Year Fall Cell Biology General Chemistry I Calculus, 1 Science elective and 1 Arts or Social Science elective Winter Biological Diversity General Chemistry II Statistics 1 Science elective and 1 Arts or Social Science elective Admission Requirements Minimum admission average of 70% (plus 70% secondary average). ENG4U, MHF4U, SCH4U and SBI4U required. MCV4U is strongly recommended. SPH4U is recommended. Career Tracks: Professional schools in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy or other health- related sciences (with careful selection of courses) Graduate studies Research & development in industry or government • Environmental research and monitoring Management Education (with additional studies) Excellent Student Support The small class size of most biology courses, breadth of courses offered, and close... [-]

Bachelor of Art in Women's Studies & Gender Studies

St. Thomas University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Fredericton

Students explore the idea that identity is constructed through interplay of individuals and social groups and institutions— the family, peers, cultural and religious groups, the media, etc. Courses enable students to learn about the dynamic nature of gender roles and norms, sexism, and power relations. [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. Students explore the idea that identity is constructed through interplay of individuals and social groups and institutions— the family, peers, cultural and religious groups, the media, etc. Courses enable students to learn about the dynamic nature of gender roles and norms, sexism, and power relations. A range of gender equity issues are now recognized as public policy issues, including gender-based violence, bullying, and workplace equity. Whether the focus is social justice, gender studies, or world cultures, the core issues include the social construction of identity, the nature and impact of power relations and diversity, and the role of personal engagement and social action. CRITICAL & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS Our students benefit from the analytical and communication skills developed in the women’s rights and men’s movements for social change. Analytical and communication skills apply to work environments where social policy is addressed and social science or humanities research skills are required, such as in social work, law, government research, e.g., Statistics Canada, and especially in educational counselling, and teaching. With the need for greater awareness around sexual harassment/abuse in workplaces and schools, including cyber-intimidation, the critical self-examination this field engenders is a central skill that managers and administrators are required to develop. COMMON CAREERS AND GRADUATE PATHWAYS Graduates from this program are prepared for professional jobs in education, social work, law, and management pertaining to an individual’s right to live, work, and study in an environment free of intimidation, discrimination, or harm. Post-secondary education and research... [-]

Bachelor of Science in Political Science

St. Thomas University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Fredericton

Our Political Science program covers the four traditional subfields of the discipline: Canadian Politics and Government, Comparative Politics, International Relations and World Politics, and Political Philosophy. Students are offered a sound foundation in the institutional and philosophical dimensions of political life and are attuned to the trends and shocks that alter the forces and issues affecting us at home and abroad. [+]

Our Political Science program covers the four traditional subfields of the discipline: Canadian Politics and Government, Comparative Politics, International Relations and World Politics, and Political Philosophy. Students are offered a sound foundation in the institutional and philosophical dimensions of political life and are attuned to the trends and shocks that alter the forces and issues affecting us at home and abroad. The program also offers a for-credit Model United Nations course, which sends student each year to at least one major Model UN simulation. Teams have competed at Harvard, the UN in New York, and Ottawa. Each spring, St. Thomas hosts the John Peters Humphrey Model UN for high school students, giving students in our Political Science Department a chance to become centrally involved in organizing and running the event. CRITICAL & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS Political Science students hone their reading, writing, and analytic skills. They examine arguments, identify trends, test theories, and explain developments. They learn about the links between individual concerns and public policy problems. By studying case studies in national and international governance, international relations, and comparative politics, they develop their skills of public policy analysis and prepare themselves for analytical, project management, and communication work in various agencies of the government, as well as non-governmental and international organizations. COMMON CAREERS AND GRADUATE PATHWAYS Many Political Science graduates pursue careers in law, journalism, public service, domestic and international organizations, research, communications and public relations, education, domestic and international nongovernmental organizations, business, academia, and many other areas of the... [-]

Bachelor of Science in Economics

St. Thomas University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Fredericton

The Department of Economics at St. Thomas brings the strengths of a critical liberal arts education to the study of the economy. We study different ways regions, large and small, manage their resources—whether those resources be financial, natural, goods, or services. The study of Economics takes a critical look at how regions trade, price, consume, and distribute. [+]

Bachelors of Science in Canada 2017/2018. The Department of Economics at St. Thomas brings the strengths of a critical liberal arts education to the study of the economy. We study different ways regions, large and small, manage their resources—whether those resources be financial, natural, goods, or services. The study of Economics takes a critical look at how regions trade, price, consume, and distribute. It is the job of an economist to be an expert in understanding the various economies in which she or he works and to prepare best practice advice for the benefit of his or her region. Our students investigate not only how the economy works, but where it came from, the challenges it creates for social equality and social justice, and how people engage to modify and change existing economic relations. CRITICAL & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS As a student of Economics, you will learn to navigate through the ebb and flow nature of the economy in which you live and work. You will develop intelligence in making informed decisions and providing meaningful advice related to wealth and resources in your area. You will also sharpen your analytical skills and appreciate the value and limitations of evidence-based arguments and research. At the same time, you will gain advanced communication skills, especially in your capacity to read and analyze academic and technical writing. COMMON CAREERS AND GRADUATE PATHWAYS We believe that our liberal arts approach to the study of the economy has had some influence over the career paths of... [-]