Students in Ohio Dominican University’s Economics program develop skills that enable them to analyze and explain the challenges of resource allocation, within the context of the liberal arts and the Dominican tradition, in a dynamic global economy. Economics graduates are able to think critically, logically and ethically as they apply their skills to address resource questions, problems and issues in all sectors of the economy.
• The possibility to complete your BA and MBA in five years. • Senior research projects that prepare students for graduate and professional studies. • Our liberal arts background within the Dominican Tradition.
ODU Economics graduates have gone on to pursue graduate studies in Business, Economics, Finance and Accounting at different institutions, including Emory University, The Ohio State University, Colorado State University and Bristol University (U.K).
Dr. Kenneth C. Fah is an Associate Professor in the Division of Business. Dr. Fah has presented papers and has been an active participant at numerous professional conferences. He has been published in the Economic Journal, Journal of Economics and Ex Scientia. Dr. Fah is a member of the Missouri Valley Economic Association and the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists. He has participated in numerous academic and nonacademic workshops, and has made presentations to investment groups and small businesses.
Dr. Godwin Duru is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Division of Business. He is an active participant in various academic seminars, workshops and conferences relating to economics with particular interest in third world economic development problems and global business issues. He is a member of the Council of Ethics in Economics and the Ohio Association of Economists and Political Scientists.