Economics Bachelor’s Degree Program Concentration
Undergraduate Economics Major
Through the Marist College Economics Bachelor’s degree program, undergraduate students enrolled in our school will gain an understanding of the framework for the fundamental concepts of economics, as well as how the economy operates and alters in shifting economic circumstances. Students will learn how to apply these various economics understandings into business and financial investment.
If you're interested in a career in government, banking, or insurance, the Economics degree program prepares students to understand market economy and its behavior, growth, and stability. Students will develop analytical skills and practice quantitative techniques to analyze economic activity and trends in a global economy.
Economics Degree Professions
Public Policy Analyst
Economics Degree On-campus and Online Courses
- Macroeconomics – An Economics degree course covering the study of economic aggregates, of national and international economics and of the economic management role played by government and international organizations.
- Microeconomics – An Economics degree course focusing on an introduction to microeconomics theories of markets: why we have them, how they work, what they accomplish.
- Calculus with Management Applications – A course designed to provide students with the knowledge of basic Calculus operations.
- Economics of Social Issues – An Economic degree course that utilizes economic techniques and principles to properly analyze social issues.
Marist College is located in New York. At Marist, we offer many fields of study both online and through on-location courses at our Poughkeepsie, NY campus.