B.A. in Economics
Studying Economics teaches students how to analyze and make decisions in a broad range of subject areas including business, governmental policy, international trade, banking and finance. Upon graduation, many students choose careers in these areas or use their knowledge to pursue graduate education in Economics, business administration, public administration, or law. The undergraduate degree program in Economics at Cal State East Bay is designed to equip students with the reasoning skills and problem solving techniques needed to understand a diverse set of issues such as the way individuals and firms make decisions, how businesses and countries interact, and how macroeconomic policies affect economic growth.
- Learning Outcomes
- Curriculum Matrix
- Assessment Plan
- AACSB Maintenance of Accreditation Report
- AACSB Letter of Accreditation
- Planning for Distinction Report
- Dr. Jane Lopus, professor emeriti of Economics was invited by the American Institute for Economic Research to be a speaker at their economics teacher-training workshop in Great Barrington, MA on June 26. The presentation topic was “Activities to Teach About the Role of Government in a Market Economy.”
- The College has maintained its AACSB accreditation. The accreditation is for 5 years and will continue through the 2018-19 academic year.
- The Center for Economic Education received funding from the Bay Area Financial Education Foundation, through the California Council on Economic Education, to conduct two workshops for high school economics teachers on August 5 and 6, 2014. The workshops will be hosted by Merrill Lynch in San Francisco.