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Minor in Business Economics

Business Economics

Economics is the study of choice in the face of scarcity and limitation. It involves analyzing the national economy, especially problems of unemployment and inflation, as well as the functions of the federal government. Economics includes an examination of decision-making by business firms, individual consumers and institutions. It examines money and the banking system, income distribution, international trade, pricing, competition and government regulation.

Business economics is a major for students in the School of Business Administration that offers students the strength of economic theory combined with a focus in an area of applied business. This major develops the student's quantitative skills by requiring course work in econometrics or forecasting and offers a wide choice of elective courses.

Program Details

Outstanding teaching, a curriculum relevant to contemporary business, integrating theory into practice, students working closely with faculty, great track record in placing graduates — these are just a few of the things that characterize the department of economics and finance. We offer undergraduate majors in finance and business economics in the School of Business Administration, and we also offer an economics major and an applied mathematical economics major in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Department of Economics and Finance
Miriam Hall, Room 510
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-2251

School of Business Administration

Miriam Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2226