The Economics Program at Sam Houston State University is led by faculty that are recognized for excellence in instruction, research, and service.
The BBA in Economics offers small class sizes, a strong foundation in the “father of all business disciplines,” and a degree that can lead to many career opportunities.
The 120-hour Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics requires general coursework, as well as 45 semester hours of Foundation Knowledge for Business. This foundation includes courses in accounting, business analysis, economics, general business, finance, marketing, management, business communication, and management information systems.
All Economics majors will study microeconomics and macroeconomics to establish a foundation in economic theory. You may then tailor your degree by taking the Economics courses most closely aligned with your career goals. Options include Monetary Economics, Economics of Sports, Economic Development, International Economics, and more.
Students may earn academic credit for approved, supervised educational work experience by identifying the internship opportunity and meeting the eligibility conditions.
|Degree Type||Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)|
|Length||120 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Tuition/Costs||Rates Per Semester|