For Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) Economics Majors, we expect graduating students will meet the following learning goals:

  • (LG1)    communicate effectively 
  • (LG2)    apply basic quantitative skills to business problems 
  • (LG3)    use information technology to solve business problems
  •  (LG4)    possess a basic knowledge of accounting, economics, finance, the legal environment of business, management and marketing 
  • (LG5)    understand how ethical decision making and globalization affect organizations 
  • (LG6)    utilize general and management-specific knowledge and skills in analysis business and economic problems 
  • (LG7)    possess a basic knowledge of macroeconomics concepts including national income accounting, inflation, unemployment, and monetary and fiscal policy
  • (LG8)    possess a basic knowledge of microeconomics concepts such as supply and demand, consumer decision making, elasticity, costs, market structure, and labor markets 
  • (LG9)    possess a basic knowledge of international economic concepts including trade and exchange rates 
  • (LG10)   demonstrate an ability to generate and interpret descriptive statistics 

For Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Economics Majors, we expect graduating students will meet learning goals LG1, LG3, and LG7-LG10

For International Economic Affairs Majors (B.A.), we expect graduating students will meet learning goals LG1, LG3, LG7- LG10 and the following:

  • (LG11)  possess a basic knowledge of at least one foreign language

For Bachelors in Science (B.S.) in Economics (with Secondary Education Certification), we expect graduating students will meet learning outcomes LG1, LG3, LG7-LG10 and the following:

  • (LG12)  possess a basic knowledge of instructional strategies for the teaching of economics at the secondary level
  • (LG13) Demonstrate effective teaching in a secondary social studies classroom 
  • (LG14) Demonstrate knowledge of economics sufficient to pass the GACE economics examination.