The B.S.B.A. with a concentration in economics equips students to:
- Comprehend economic theory; and
- Apply the economic way of thinking to personal, professional and social decision-making.
The 120-credit curriculum has five components:
- Robert Morris University Core - 42 credits
These are the traditional liberal arts requirements of the University. Studies in humanities, communications skills, and social, behavioral, natural and quantitative sciences are included.
- Business Foundations Courses - 30 credits
These are required of all students earning a B.S.B.A. degree and include courses in accounting, finance, marketing, management and other business administration areas.
- Concentration (Economics) - 21 credits
This is the major field of study and includes required courses in intermediate price theory, money and banking, and business enterprise and public policy. The provision of two economics electives permits students to extend their knowledge of some particular area of interest in the field.
- Business Electives - 12 credits
Students may select any four courses within the School of Business offerings to broaden their skills in some business area(s) of interest.
- Non-Business Electives - 15 credits
Students may select five courses offered outside the School of Business to broaden their skills in some area(s) of interest.
The following are required for admission:
- Robert Morris University application for admission - Apply Now!
- Official transcripts from high school and any post-secondary instituitions attended
Opportunities for Graduates
Bachelor-Level Internship Employers
Bachelor-Level Hiring Organizations
|Position Title||Position Salary|
|Commercial Banking (Lending)||$43,605|
|Investment Banking (Corporate Finance)||$54,470|
|The information in this chart is based off of 2009 nation mean salaries|