Economics majors are well versed in math, acting as exceptional logical thinkers interested in human systems. A degree in Economics takes Culverhouse graduates from the classroom to the boardroom with excellent preparation for those interested in various fields.
Culverhouse students working toward an undergraduate degree in Economics must select either a specialization or an additional major. Economics may be the only major for students whose interests go beyond a single area.

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Careers in Finance allow graduates to choose which of today’s market sectors will define tomorrow’s economies. The undergraduate Finance program offers courses designed to develop students’ analytical skills and abilities. Undergraduate students seeking a degree in Finance must select an additional major or specialization.
Culverhouse graduates who complete a bachelor’s degree in Finance enjoy careers in banking, financial services, corporate Finance, investment management, real estate, insurance, enterprise risk management, consulting, and the public sector.

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