Study economic theory and understand what fuels our country. Learn how to interpret data to figure out trends in finance, international currency, labor and more. From public policy to the labor market, put your math and analytical skills to work.
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Following graduation, Economics graduates can find jobs as financial analysts, quantity surveyors, stockbrokers, management consultants, economists, accountants, statisticians, survey researchers and lawyers.
Our business students are future entrepreneurs, managers, business owners and more! They are constantly exploring their interests and looking into fields of business that they’d like to pursue in the future. A great tip to business students is using faculty as a resource for internships in the field and taking on every networking opportunity possible to build valuable business connections!Iryna Chervenkova & Jessica Rios, Support Specialists
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BusinessStart on a versatile career path and learn skills that help in nearly every industry. Take classes with experienced professionals and get internships in business fields.
Recreation ManagementPrepare for a career managing leisure facilities like hotels or non-profit centers. Learn how to create recreation programs and gain business and marketing skills.
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