Business Economics Major

The study of Business Economics develops analytical skills that are applicable to many jobs, including careers in business and government. A Business Economics major also provides an excellent background for graduate study in law, public administration, and finance.

Students pursuing the Business Economics major may not earn an Integrated Business major with a track in Business Economics.

Business Economic majors are not eligible to earn the Business Administration Minor.

Business Economics majors who are also pursuing a Finance major, Track 2: General Finance may not count 300+ level economic courses towards that track.

The Business Economics major requires 58 credit hours of coursework.