A degree in Business Administration with a specialization in economics/finance at BHSU provides the tools necessary to solve problems associated with asset valuation and investment decisions. The curriculum cover major social, political, and economic issues.
At BHSU, you will learn to think critically, analyze and solve business problems effectively, work in teams, appreciate diversity, and strategically anticipate and adapt to change. With a degree in economics/finance, you will enter one of the most in-demand fields of study.
The benefits of earning this degree from BHSU include:
- Credibility:The BHSU School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). www.bhsu.edu/aacsb
- Experiential:Internship opportunities in the region.
- Employability:Opportunities for employment with a variety of entities/organizations throughout the region and nation.
- Involvement:The opportunity to join the Financial Management Association (FMA) on campus -- an active engaging student organization dedicated to economics and finance.
Economics and Finance Course Requirements
Pre-Business Core - 24 semester hours
- ACCT 210 - Principles of Accounting I
- ACCT 211 - Principles of Accounting II
- BADM 320 - Quantitative Decision Analysis
- BADM 344 - Managerial Communications
- ECON 201 - Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 202 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- MATH 281 - Introduction to Statistics
- MIS 205 - Advanced Computer Applications
Business Core - 33 semester hours
- 300/400 level ECON elective
- BADM 310 - Business Finance
- BADM 321 - Business Statistics II
- BADM 350 - Legal Environment of Business
- BADM 360 - Organization and Management
- BADM 370 - Marketing
- BADM 407 - International Business
- BADM 425 - Production/Operations Management
- BADM 457 - Business Ethics
- BADM 482 - Business Policy and Strategy
- MIS 325 - Management Information Systems
Specialization in Economics & Finance - 18 semester hours
- BADM 411 Investments
BADM 413 Advanced Corporate Finance
- ECON 330 Money and Banking
- ECON 300/400 electives - 9 semester hours, may not duplicate from above