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The Economics/Finance degree program stresses both micro and macro economics, quantitative and qualitative financial techniques, global impacts, risk assessments and decision agility.
In this degree program, you will complete a total of 42 credits of introductory courses in English, Cultural Awareness, Scientific Awareness, Social Awareness, Mathematics, and Management Information Systems. In addition, you will complete 45 credits of courses that comprise the Common Professional Component of all undergraduate business programs. Finally, you will round out your degree by focusing on 33 credits of specialized courses in economics and finance.