Studying it requires not only an analytical mind, but also curiosity about contemporary events and society as a whole.
The Economics and Finance program curriculum has been approved by the CFA® Institute University Affiliate Program and covers a significant portion of the Candidate Body of Knowledge.University Affiliate Program is a registered trademark owned by CFA Institute
Our 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.
Economics 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.
Economics and Finance courses at Florida Southern College require significant participation—all designed to enhance your public speaking ability and your ability to lead group discussions.
In ECO 2207, you’ll understand concepts relating to national income and product accounts. Master theory of aggregate supply and demand, employment, consumption and other comparative economic systems.
At the end of the junior year, all Florida Southern College students are eligible to be considered for early admission to the Florida Southern MBA program.
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An educated person knows more than bullet points. I try to get students to understand how and why particular things occur in economics or statistics. I start with a very extensive grounding in the principles and work up from there.
Gain professional experience and build your network through internship opportunities.
Many extra-curricular organizations are associated with this program, including Delta Sigma Pi, the professional business fraternity; the Real Estate Club; and the Dean’s Advisory Council.
Professor of Business and Economics