Economics is where business, applied mathematics, and human behavior meet.Studying economics requires not only an analytical mind, but also curiosity about contemporary events and society as a whole.
Your degree Economics will expose you to micro and macroeconomics while honing your quantitative and qualitative skills. You'll gain a solid foundation in corporate finance and the analytical tools commonly used in financial services, investment analysis, and research.
CFA® Institute University Affiliate ProgramThe Economics major curriculum has been approved by the CFA® Institute University Affiliate Program and covers a significant portion of the Candidate Body of Knowledge.
Go PlacesOur graduates earn Ph.D.'s at Yale, Rutgers, and the London School of Economics; and go on to work for the World Bank, the European Union, and in corporate law.
Earning PowerEconomics majors earn one of the highest starting salaries in the United States. Our graduates frequently enter careers in banking and finance, government, teaching, and more.
Engaged LearningEconomics courses at Florida Southern College require significant participation—all designed to enhance your public speaking ability and your ability to lead group discussions.
All freshman applicants to Florida Southern Colleges full-time degree programs must submit the following information:
Applying to Florida Southern as a transfer student is easy.
- A completed application form
- Personal statement
- All official college transcripts
- Social standing form
If transferring less than 24 credits, we also need your:
- Official high school transcript
- SAT and/or ACT scores
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