Bachelor of Arts in Economics Degree and Course Requirements
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.
- Bachelor of Arts in Economics
- Minor in Economics
A major in economics prepares the student for a career in business, government, research,
consulting or teaching. It is good preparation for students seeking advanced studies
in economics, business, law and public policy.
- 4+1 MBA Program
Students may qualify for the 4+1 MBA program by combining a major in Economics and a second major in Finance, Insurance & Risk Management, Business Administration, Accounting, or International Business Administration. This combines the practical orientation of the functional areas of business and the analytical approach to challenges faced by various decision-making units and society.
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Includes a program overview, sample semester plan and program course requirements.