Economics Program

The Economics Program provides students with a theoretical economics foundation along with statistical training that prepares them to think analytically to solve complex problems and to recognize the human behavior component of economics as a social science.

The Associate of Arts Degree in Economics is designed for direct transfer to a four-year institution. Upon completion of a bachelor’s or doctoral degree, students can pursue careers such as budget analysts, loan officers, economists and statisticians.

View Bureau of Labor Statistics information for economists.
View Bureau of Labor Statistics info regarding budget analyst occupations.

These and other careers related to economics typically require a more advanced degree.