Supply an open mind and profit in the future with economics!
Economists are involved with conducting research, collecting and analyzing data, monitoring economic trends as well as developing forecasts. They also research a wide variety of issues including energy costs, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, business cycles, taxes and employment levels, among others.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects growth for many career paths related to economics. With such a wide variety of career options, we suggest checking out their website to find out the job outlook in specific areas.
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We provide a competitive advantage to our students through the incorporation of an enterprise resource planning software known as SAP into our curriculum.
See what students had to say about their internship opportunities as they prepare to go from graduation to occupation.
The economics major at The University of Findlay prepares learners for the challenges of the business world in the 21st century. The flexible program allows students to complement this degree with other areas of business such as:
The major is geared toward assisting learners in developing a critical and analytical thought process in order to successfully operate in a world that is increasingly global. Excellent written and oral communication skills are necessary in courses where group and individual projects are assigned. Students are prepared for entry-level positions in business and government.
The College of Business meets the highest standards of business education established by
ACBSP through learning outcomes, quality and continuous improvement.
Enhance your business degree
- Our CMA program has received IMA’s Higher Education Endorsement
- Combine a bachelor’s degree in business with a CMA designation
- Earn approximately $27,000 more annually with a CMA