Employers Value Business Economics Majors
At its core, Business Economics is the study of human behavior. It examines how businesses, governments, and households make decisions in an interdependent world of limited resources and technological change. Over the course of the B.B.A. in Business Economics program, students will gain a set of tools and ways of thinking that can be applied to a wide range of business settings. In addition to foundations of accounting, marketing, and finance, the B.B.A in Business Economics prepares students for careers that require a deep understanding of complicated data, numerical and analytical problem solving, and strategic thinking for optimal decision making. In a society of increasingly abundant digital information, our students will be better equipped to help organizations make data driven decisions that harnesses the tools of economic thinking and business analytics.
Econometrics, Stata and Financial Modeling are top skills for Economics majors.
Economics grads earn an average salary of $90K after 11 years in the industry.
Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Morgan Stanley are high paying employers of Economics majors.
41% of Economics graduates have an advanced degree.
Economist, Financial Analyst and Finance Professor are common job titles for Economics graduates.
Coca-Cola, Cox Enterprises and EY are top employers of GSU Economics majors.
Creditors' Rights, Fund of Funds and Asset-Based Lending are skills that correlate with a higher salary for GSU Economics grads.
The IT industry is trending up for GSU Economics graduates.
Associate, Consultant and Advisory Staff Members are top titles at EY for GSU Economics grads.
The average salary for recent Economics grads from GSU is $58K.