Bachelor’s in Economics – Marshall University
The Bachelor’s in Economics program gives students an opportunity to develop their ability to analyze economic problems and issues (e.g., unemployment, inflation, economic growth and development, government taxation and spending policies, environmental degradation and protection, the distribution of income and wealth, international trading, and financial arrangements). Students will, in the process, deepen their understanding of the U.S. economy and other economies around the world.
The Bachelors in Economics prepares students for several types of careers. For example, this option helps students
Law School. Law schools place a high value on economics as an undergraduate major.
Graduate School. The B.A. in Economics is an excellent preparation for the M.B.A., as well as for further studies in Economics.
Administration or research positions in business firms, government agencies, labor organizations, or private foundations.