With Suffolk University’s Business Economics major or minor, students acquire a diverse business schooling, whilst at the same time studying what makes the economy move. Economics has a very broad scope, it explains how people, businesses and governments apportion limited resources to meet goals. Understanding economics can help students progress solutions for many social issues, like poverty, racial inequality, unemployment, inflation and poor healthcare.
Economics is a well-paid profession and with economic issues continuing to reverberate on an international scale, the need for experts in the field increases. Companies in all corners of business depend on economic forecasts to help figure out and adapt to a frequently changing marketplace. Suffolk alumni work in a broad spectrum of industries, including non-profit organisations, consulting firms, government departments and financial institutions.
The Business Economics minor at Suffolk is a chance for students to gain a varied business education, while investigating what has an effect on the economy. Wide in scope, economics describes how people, businesses and governments deploy scarce resource. Comprehending economics can help students develop answers for many social issues, like unemployment, poverty, racial inequality, inflation and reduced healthcare access.
A minor in Business Economics complements lots of business majors including Information Systems, Finance and Global Business. Throughout their courses, students will polish their quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and communication skills.
Bircham University’s Business & Economic Consulting program delivers the principles and techniques required to assess business and economic assignments or any type of investment. The program covers recent updates in the areas of inflation, income taxes, business plan analyses, cost concepts and risk. In addition, the program includes a conceptual outline for understanding and appraising investment alternatives. This Business & Economic Consulting program delivers expert advice on almost all the practical parts of business and economic consultancy such as skills, tools, problem solving and know-how. It offers all the information required for building and marketing a consulting practice.
Subjects covered on this course include: Economic Analysis, Customer Relations, Management, Positioning Strategies, Financial Performance Evaluation, Innovation Management, Human Resources Management, Financial Strategic Planning, Investment Strategies, Coaching Strategies and Business Consulting. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Business & Economic Consulting course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.