Economics Concentration - Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS)
Zero in on the Economic concentration if you are good with math, attentive to details, can sift through data to draw effective business conclusions and can make predictions based on data. You will learn to research and gather data using software and spreadsheets, and develop key analytical skills that can be applied to a variety of industries, from corporations and government to healthcare and education. Courses offered in this concentration include Comparative Economic Systems, Money and Banking, Environmental Economics, and International Economics.
Additionally, new and transfer day students majoring in a Business program at Catawba have the opportunity to be considered for a scholarship.
minor in economics
Catawba College offers two different minors in Economics. One minor is for students pursuing one of the business degree programs offered in the Ketner School of Business, and the other Economics minor is for majors in non-business academic disciplines.
Economics majors in Catawba's Ketner School of Business have access to some of the best opportunities and resources available for scholarships, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research.
Catawba’s Economics degree program is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) which means that the courses we teach, the way we teach them, and the resources we provide to students in Catawba’s Ketner School of Business adhere to business world best practices. It also means that our faculty are constantly assessing and improving their teaching styles and their curricula to stay in sync with the latest trends and cycles in business.