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ECONOMICS & FINANCE

Economics

An analytical degree with many opportunities

As a Lumberjack pursuing a degree in economics, you should know that a bright future awaits you after graduation. You’ll find good starting salaries in a variety of industries in the private, public or not-for-profit sectors of our economy. You’ll also find that your economics degree is a perfect way to prepare for graduate studies or professional programs like law school or an M.B.A. program.

Degrees and Minors

B.B.A. in Economics

The B.B.A. in economics is a great option for students interested in a career as a statistician, economist, financial advisor, stockbroker and more.

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B.A. in Economics

You can major in economics but still get the well-rounded educational background of a B.A. by choosing the Bachelor of Arts in Economics major.

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Minor in Economics

An economics minor adds valuable analytical knowledge to any degree, and it’s available for both business majors and non-business majors.

B.B.A. Candidates:

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Non-B.B.A. Candidates:

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Contact

The Department of Economics and Finance
936.468.4301
ecofin@sfasu.edu
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Physical Address:
McGee Business Building
Suite 303

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13009, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

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