Economics intersects arts, science, business and math. At its heart, it's the study of behavior: how people choose to use limited resources to satisfy unlimited needs. It's equal parts creative and analytical, teaching students to analyze, conceptualize and quantify issues nad policies related to the economy.
Core Economics classes include:
- Principles of Economics - Macro
- Principles of Economics - Micro
Related electives include:
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Finite Mathematics
- Linear Algebra
Economics Majors go into a variety of careers. Some examples are:
|Human Resources Assistant||Actuary||Lawyer|
|Research Associate||Benefits Manager||Policy Analyst|
|Administrative Assistant||Entry Level Analyst||Management Consultant|
|Real Estate Office Assistant||Market Research||Data Scientist|
|Financial Analyst||College Professor|
Students successfully completing the Economics Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) Degree have a solid foundation for pursuing further education in Economics or a related field. This AA-T degree is specifically designed to streamline transfer to CSU, see www.adegreewithaguarantee.com for details. UC transfer is streamlined by following a UC Transfer Pathway. Please see a counselor for your best major prep and general education pattern for your specific goals.