Economics

Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science (teaching certification in grades 7-12 available)

Why should I choose UWG's Economics program?

  • Multi-disciplinary programs that cover a broad array of topics 
  • Graduates of UWG Economics programs work as market analysts, stockbrokers, bankers, educators, and managers just to name a few fields
  • Provides good preparation for advanced study in business, law, and many other disciplines
  • RCOB academic business programs accredited by AACSB International and are dedicated to preparing responsible, ethical leaders
  • RCOB faculty recognized among leading teachers and researchers in the country and are committed to providing “educational excellence in a personal environment”
  • Students represent diverse cultural, social, and economic groups
Are there any special opportunities available?
What can I do after graduation, graduate school and job-wise?
  • Careers 
    • Business:  Sales, Human Resources, Market Analyst, Forecaster, Financial Analyst
    • Government:  Planner,  Cost Analyst, Lobbyist
    • Banking and Financial Services:  Economic Forecaster, Commodities/Stock Broker
    • Insurance
    • Communication
    • Education - High School Economics and Social Studies
  • Further Education
    • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
    • Master of Arts (MA)
    • Specialist Degree in Education
    • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.)
What kind of student organizations, clubs or honorary societies can I join?
  • Omicron Delta Epsilon International Economics Honor Society]
  • Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society
  • National Council on Economic Education (NCEE)
  • Georgia Council on Economic Education (GCEE)
What kind of facilities and equipment will be made available to me?
  • Priority is given to providing a learning environment that prepares students for future success, including maintaining high levels of technology-based equipment in classrooms, labs and specialized learning spaces.   Business courses are taught and faculty and staff offices are housed primarily in two buildings on campus:  the Richards College of Business Building and Adamson Hall.