- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Economics has been described as the study of the issues arising from the allocation of limited resources to meet society’s unlimited human wants. Students with an interest in data analysis, mathematical modeling, finance, and quantitative matters will find the economics course of study sound preparation for continued study in economics or business.
Why Study Economics at Oberlin?
- ECON 101 - Principles of Economics 4 credits
- ECON 211 - Money, the Financial System and the Economy 4 credits
- ECON 313 - Games and Strategy in Economics 3 credits
- ECON 452 - Seminar on Financial Crises in the United States 4 credits
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