Bachelor's degree and above
Method of Delivery
Instructional Program (CIP)
Courses of study allow a concentration in one of three tracks: Economic Analysis, Financial Economics or International Economics. All three seek to provide students with analytical skills useful in decision making and a broader understanding of the overall economic environment.
Financial Economics includes course work in financial management and areas related to money and capital markets, monetary policy and financial and monetary institutions. It is particularly suited to those seeking employment in the financial sector.
International Economics is geared to those with an interest in the international economy, both from a business and policy perspective. Options provide as much flexibility as is compatible with a student’s background and career interests
Combination of Education and Course(s)
WIOA Approved Program
4 - Workforce Investment Area IV
Type of Attainment:
Type of financial aid offered or have access to
federal assistance programs
Is the proposed curriculum currently certified by an accrediting agency or similar national standardization program?
Yes - AACSB International
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for women?
Is this proposed curriculum considered a nontraditional program of training services for men?
$25.20 per credit hour - undergrad
$473.00 per credit hour - undergrad
$17.00 per semester
Total In-State Program Cost
Total Out-of-State Program Cost