The best way to use the skills you’ve learned in the Economics major is to use them in the areas of business management and business strategy.
These skills are useful for building up your skills, developing your reputation, and advancing your career.
This article is part of the series on using economics in your business.
Economics majors can benefit from the following courses: Business Management: From economics to business strategy to management.
This course will help you understand how to identify potential business problems and how to make decisions about how to address them.
Economics: From economic theory to business analysis to management strategy.
This class covers topics in economics that are applicable to business.
Business Strategy: From managing your business to creating and managing sustainable business models.
This program is focused on managing your finances and is designed for the first time business owner looking to take the first step toward a successful business.
Management: Business management will be your focus in this course.
Students will learn about how organizations and individuals can improve their effectiveness by working collaboratively.
This is a great opportunity to get to know your peers and learn from them.
Business Finance: Learn how to manage your business’s finances with the Business Finance course.
Business Management Economics is the core economics major.
Students can take any of these courses as a prerequisite to the economics major, and can apply any of them to any subject.
For example, Economics: The Basics, Business Management and Management Economics are all required courses in Economics.
To help you plan your course of study, our business department provides a handy list of course descriptions and additional resources.