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Grand Valley's L. William Seidman College of Business.

Economics, B.A., B.S.

Economics is much more than just a business field. Students will study human behavior to explain and predict how people and organizations interact and why they do what they do. That might involve how managers can increase their profits, but it's also about societal issues like distribution of wealth and income, health care, education, crime, poverty, pollution, and drugs.


14%
Michigan Job Growth

Economics opportunities are projected to grow 14% in Michigan by 2025.

6%
National Job Growth

Economics opportunities are projected to grow 6% in the U.S. by 2025.

Small Class Sizes

Small class sizes provide more opportunities for students to interact with faculty.


Source: EMSI, 2021

Program Overview

The economics program offers you flexibility to choose between a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree.

There is secondary admission to this program.

Why Study Economics at Grand Valley?


Program Details