St. Ambrose University offers a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance with Finance concentrations in financial institutions, corporate and financial economics.
The Economics degree program requires 54 credit hours of courses, including classes in accounting, finance, marketing, management, and general business. St. Ambrose also offers a minor in Economics. Internships are strongly recommended.
The Finance degree requires classes in subjects including finance, economics, general business, marketing and management. Finance majors also must complete a concentration in either financial institutions, corporate, or financial economics. Internships are strongly recommended.
Students studying Economics at St. Ambrose University receive a broad liberal arts background coupled with a strong foundation in economic theory that they can combine to understand why people make choices and how they affect business.
Students can major in Economics or in Finance with an Economics Concentration, which allows students to major in both Economics and Finance.