Bs economics 4 1 graduate degree in Benedictine university
This program explores the role of economics and business in the social environment of our culture, with focused courses that articulate how the functional areas of business interrelate within organizations. Students acquire skills in communication, analytical thinking and an appreciation of the human element in organizations from a spectrum of general education, interdisciplinary and management course work.
Official transcripts from all secondary schools attended, Official SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or IELTS Scores, Minimum GPA Recommended: 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, Minimum ACT Recommended: 21, Minimum SAT Recommended: 1060 (Math and Critical Reasoning combined score), Minimum TOEFL: 79, Minimum IELTS: 6.5, Minimum SAT I Critical Reading: 500, Minimum ACT English: 40
Economist, Governmental departments, Personal financial advisor, Operations research analyst