The Economics Program at Marist College
If you choose a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, you'll start with a solid foundation in both macro and micro economic theory. Then you'll move on to studying how economic theory works in environmental, financial, public, and international economies. You'll apply analytical skills to defining business and social problems, understanding the scope and impact of the global economy, , and recognizing the ethical and social issues that are part of policy making. You'll graduate prepared to work in government agencies, management and financial consulting firms, market research firms, environmental agencies, international organizations, and academic institutions.
Students will be held to the requirements of the catalog of the year in which they declare their major. Following are the requirements for the most recent catalog.
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
- B.A. Economics Course Requirements
- B.A. Economics Recommended Course Sequence
- B.A. Economics Course Descriptions
Minor in Economics
- Economics Minor Course Requirements
Students who have declared their major in a prior year should consult the appropriate catalog.