1 quarter pathway and ba economics in Western washington university
Economics studies the allocation of scarce resources over competing and alternative uses. Students interested in social and political issues such as income inequality, economic development, sustainable resources use, globalization or the implications of free trade, should consider a major in Economics and its related fields. The Department of Economics gives students rigorous training in both economic theory and its applications, offering the opportunity to focus in economics or to combine it with a number of complementary subjects. The International Year program will provide you with the solid foundation you need to be successful in your university degree.
A secondary certification or passed an appropriate external exam, An essay, Official academic credentials, TOEFL ibT of 80, a minimum IELTS score of 6.5, Official secondary school credentials with certified English translations when necessary, Statement of Financial Responsibility, ACT or SAT .
Actuary or Banking, Financial Planner or Analyst, Urban or Regional Planner, Economic Researcher, Corporate Attorney