Apply Empirical Techniques to Real-World Problems
Economics is the study of how societies use thier limited resources to produce wealth, and how the distribution of the wealth among their members is determined.
This very broad field covers topics ranging from the causes of inflation and unemployment to the behavior of individual households and businesses understand how economic events will affect them, how they can best react to these events, and howto assess government economic policies.
Our graduates are well trained in analytical thinking who find careers in business, government agencies and non profit organizations.
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Explore business decision-making under various market and economic conditions.
Students will develop strong mathematical and statistical skills, as well as learn about how the economy works.
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