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Business Economics

Program(s) Available: B.S.

Economics is the backbone of how our society functions. With a business economics degree, you will be able to identify economic trends and develop forecasts for all things decision-making. 

Why Study Business Economics at Northwest

Business Economics majors at Northwest develop analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills in preparation for evaluating the decisions made by businesses, consumers and government while gaining the fundamental knowledge of business management, accounting, marketing and finance.

Students can look forward to classes such as labor economics, international economics, econometrics and much more. They can prepare for future market challenges and bring knowledge to those situations. This highly-desirable program is a must! 

Career Ready
Business Management

“With the small class sizes, the professors are able to connect with you one-on-one and are able to guide you and help you to your next step.” — Ashton Clevenger

Career Opportunities

  • Corporate finance
  • Securities analyst
  • Business forecaster
  • Market researcher
  • Economic development officer
  • Analyst programmer

What Can I Do With a Major in Business Economics?

Profession-Based Learning Experiences

New Venture Pitch Competition is designed for ambitious students and aspiring entrepreneurs to present ideas to business professionals, small business owners and potential investors. Students present their ideas to judges who, in the future, could represent their boss or client.

Profession-Based Learning Experiences

Student Organizations

Financial Management Association (FMA) assists in the professional, educational, and social development of students interested in finance, banking, and investments. Students will get the opportunity to interact between business executives, faculty, and students of business and finance.

Student Organizations
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