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.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics in North America
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An economics degree at Campbellsville University is a great option for detail-oriented students. Career seekers with economics degrees rarely end up in jobs with economics or ... +
This demanding degree program is designed to provide honors students with proficiency in economic theory and policymaking as related to the workings of the international globa ... +
The business administration program has evolved to meet the needs of business firms and students by providing our students with a broad knowledge base in economics, accounting ... +
The Bachelor of Science in Economics degree program is designed to prepare students for careers in business, government or public policy. The program also provides students wi ... +
The program focuses on management tools typical of companies with a significant international dimension and operating in different and increasingly integrated economic systems ... +
You’re smart, focused and interested in the complex workings of the business. Challenge yourself with a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree.
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree program in Business provides students with a high-quality business education at St. John’s University.
Economics affects every aspect of our lives. Economics addresses the collective behaviors of businesses, industries, governments, international relations, and the world.
The Livingstone College Division of Business offers the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Business Administration.
The Bachelor of Business Administration is a completion degree program. This means students can transfer credit from Associate Degrees, certifications, and studies at other in ... +
This program aims to develop management professionals for the private and public business sectors who are aware of the marketplace's changing language and cultural diversity. ... +
Economics majors at Northwest develop analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills in preparation of evaluating the decisions made by businesses, consumers and gov ... +
You should consider Economics if you enjoy clear and logical approaches to exploring the riches and poverty which characterize economic life. Your studies in Economics will he ... +
This Economics degree program is designed to give students in-depth education in one of the applied social sciences. Economics is the social science which investigates the con ... +
The B.S. degree program in economics provides a solid foundation in the basic skills and analytical techniques necessary to understand changes in the broad economic environmen ... +