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Economics is the social science that studies the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Economists track and interpret trends in the market, make short-and long-term economic forecasts, provide risk assessments and assist in the financial planning of their organizations. Many economists work in education and research, for government agencies or as private consultants.
These convenient online programs in economics range from broadly focused associate's and bachelor's degree programs to master's degree programs with more specialized concentrations on areas such as international economics, corporate finance and risk assessment. A bachelor's degree in economics may also serve as a foundation for graduate studies in mangement, business, law or finance.
Online coursework in economics varies depending on the level and focus of the degree program. These online programs typically include topics such as:
If you want to earn your Economics degree on your schedule, explore the online degree programs below and request more information today. The respective college or university will assist you in making sure that a particular program works with your educational and career goals.
Renowned for its experience in the field, Utica College offers the Online Master of Science in Economic Crime Management, an executive-level program for experienced fraud management professionals.
Master the microeconomic and macroeconomic skills critical to understanding business, through Liberty University Online's Bachelor of Science in Business program with a specialization in Economics.