Friday, May 25, 2007

TBDSL - Economics at University of Delaware

Economics is a fascinating subject, poised at the intersections of social science, business, and public policy. An understanding of economics principles is critical to success in business and to the design of effective government policy. Economists study how markets work to determine what is produced, how it is produced, and how income is distributed. Among the many topics studied in economics are the role and impact of international trade, the impact of monopoly on the economy, and the problems of unemployment and inflation.

Many students are attracted to economics for its blend of quantitative methods, social science subject matter, and policy applications. Economics is a terrific liberal arts major, as well as excellent preparation for careers in business and government and for further graduate and professional study. A graduate degree in economics offers a wide variety of career opportunities in both the public and private sectors.

The University of Delaware Economics Department includes 27 full-time faculty who cover the full range of courses and fields in economics. Our department takes great pride in both our teaching and research accomplishments.

At the undergraduate level, we offer B.A. and B.S. degrees in Economics and a B.A. in Economic Education. At the graduate level, we offer M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Economics, a joint MA/MBA, and an M.A. degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship for Educators (MAEEE).

You can learn more about our department and all of these programs here. You can also stop by and see us on the 4th floor of Purnell Hall or call us at 302-831-2565.


Business Administration

Undergraduate Programs Overview

The undergraduate BS degree programs in Business Administration provide a wide road that prepares students for careers in the business and industry, as well as government and public corporations. The curriculum is designed to give students both a broad liberal arts background and a strong professional education.

In general, the first and second years for Business Administration majors consists of a flexible selection of humanities, liberal arts, mathematics, and social and natural science courses. During the third and fourth year, courses are concentrated in the professional business area, providing a focused path to each student’s destination. Click here to view the requirements necessary to obtain a degree within the Department of Business Administration.

Within business administration, students select one of three majors offered through the department. Many students choose to double major with any combination of majors offered. These include:
Operations Management.

Students may also pursue double majors with such other Lerner College majors as Finance, Accounting, and Economics. In addition, students often choose to select a minor from an array of University minors. Two of these minors are offered through the department of Business Administration--the Business Administration minor and the International Business minor. Click here for more information on our minors.

A number of academic enrichment opportunities are available to students. A partial list includes an Honors Degree in Business Administration, honors courses, degrees with Distinction, and the Dean's Scholar Program. Study abroad programs also provide students with the opportunity for international travel and study. Click here to find out more about international opportunities provided through the department of Business Administration. For more information beyond the links available, here, contact the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs at (302) 831-4369.


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