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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: The ideas of economics, including unemployment, inflation, free trade, efficiency, taxation, deficits, and opportunity cost, surround us and many of the forces shaping our world are also economic in nature. The economics student learns to identify, understand, and appreciate those forces. Economics provides an excellent background for most entry-level business positions. It compares well with other liberal arts disciplines and general business degrees. Example employment positions include: A variety of entry-level government positions are also open to economics majors. It is a strong program for students considering law school as well. Some careers in economics require an advanced degree. An advanced degree allows students to qualify for jobs with a greater emphasis on economic analysis. STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: Economics Club; Advisor: Katharine Kontak, 372-3882 Omicron Delta Epsilon – a chapter of the in- ternational Economics Honorary; Advisor: Dr. Mary Ellen Benedict, 372-2646 Check out the College of Business Administration website at Department of Economics Dr. Mary Ellen Benedict, Chair 3002 BAA (419) 372-2646 Bachelor of Science In Economics T HE B USINESS C OLLEGE OF C HOICE CURRICULUM: The Bachelor of Science in Economics degree is designed for students who desire a degree with a solid analytical basis but with the flexibility to
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course ECON 4020 taught by Professor Ellen during the Spring '12 term at Bowling Green.

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