B.S. in Economics
The Bachelor of Science in Economics degree aims to help students develop an understanding of economic principles and how to apply them to real-world issues. With several different types of learning formats and avenues, this degree program will provide students with both challenging and engaging coursework.
Designed With You in Mind
The flexibility of the Economics degree program allows students to choose from a wide variety of minors or secondary teaching fields. Essentially, students can “custom fit” this degree to their career goals. Recent Economics graduates have pursued careers in:
- Public School Teaching
- Software Design
- Financial Consulting
- The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
- Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
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120 credit hours (4 years)
Plan Your Future
Tarleton State University currently offers study abroad business classes in:
This degree program offers a variety of hands-on experience through clubs such as:
Delta Mu Delta
The Financial Management Association
The Institute of Management Accountants
The Tarleton Economics Society
Please note that students working toward their Bachelor of Science in Economics are require to have an internship credit.
Career Services offers students a wide variety of professional development opportunities that can translate into careers. A few of these programs include:
Career counseling and My Plan
And much more!
- Prepare students to meet the demands of the current challenging and competitive workforce, as well as entrance into Graduate School
- Help students develop an understanding of economic principles and their applications to real-world problems
- Provide students with a challenging and rewarding learning experience
|ECON||3303||Money and Banking|
|ECON||4302||Economic Development of the United States|
|ECON||4311||Econometrics and Forecasting|
For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.
Facilities and Features
Get involved with student and professional organizations such as the Environmental Society and Intercollegiate Soil Judging Team. You can also join the Agriculture Living Learning Community for academic support and social activities with peers in similar areas of study.
As an environmental science major, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art classrooms and labs for studying and research. Most learning on campus takes place in the Animal and Plant Sciences Center, featuring a soil science lab, and the 2,000-acre Tarleton Agriculture Center, which includes a horticulture center with greenhouses.
Environmental science majors also have opportunities to gain hands-on experience at the Timberlake Ranch and Biological Field Station, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center and the Southwest Regional Dairy Center.