"What Can I Do With a Major in...Economics?"
Why Major in Economics?
The graduate with a Bachelor degree in Economics will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Use appropriate concepts and methods of analysis to identify and examine economic conditions and policies.
- Communicate effectively with consumers and producers of economic information and systems.
- Select, collect, and manipulate data and interpret results.
- Consider the economic issues in the context of individual values, social values, and historical and global circumstances.
- Demonstrate quantitave and statistical knowledge and skills.
Related Career Titles
|Account Executive||Internal Revenue Agent|
|Actuary||Labor Relations Specialist|
|Appraiser||Land Use Economist|
|Bank Manager||Market Research Analyst|
|Bank Representative||Market Surveyor|
|Brokerage Clerk||Mutual Fund Representative|
|Budget Analyst||Operations Research Analyst|
|Chief Executive Officer||Professor/Educator|
|Claims Adjuster||Public Relations Specialist|
|Credit Analyst||Real Estate Broker|
|Credit/Loan Worker||Regional Economist|
|Economics Teacher||Risk Analyst|
|Financial Analyst/ Planner||Statistical Analyst|
|Financial Manager||Systems Analyst|
|Foreign Service Officer||Tax Examiner|
|Forensic Economist||Technical Writer|
|Insurance Sales Agent||Trust Officer|
|Insurance Underwriter||Urban/Regional Planner|
Related Job Listings/Job Search Website
AEA Job Openings for Economists
Economic Societies, Associations, Centers, and Institutes
International Business Careers and Jobs
National Bureau of Economic Research
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Academy of International Business
American Bankers Associations
American Economic Association (AEA)
DECA Delta Epsilon Chi (UCM)
Delta Sigma Pi (UCM)
European Economic Association (EEA)
National Association of Business Economics
National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE)
Mortgage Bankers Association of America
Phi Beta Lamdba (UCM)
Students in Free Enterprise (UCM)
Four-Year Academic Plan
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