Bachelor of Arts in Economics Major – Industrial Economics and Market Regulation Track
Applied Economics Major and Economics Major Objectives
Students in the Applied Economics or Economics major will:
- Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills in an economic context.
- Analyze the economic role of markets and government.
- Understand and debate social, political and current economic issues.
- Analyze global and international economic issues.
- Conduct quantitative economic data analysis and research (B.S.A.E. only).
Industrial Economics and Market Regulation Track of B.A. in Economics Description
Industrial Economics and Market Regulation is an interdisciplinary education that helps students to gain knowledge of the framework by which markets operate; the inner- and intra-competitiveness among industries in the US; management-labor relations; and the role of government in the market economy. Students with focus in industry as part of their education at Bryant can seek employment opportunities in managerial positions in government and business, trade associations, and consulting and research organizations. They are also well prepared to pursue graduate studies in economics, business, and law.
|First-Year Gateway Experience|
|Global Foundations of Character and Leadership|
|Global Foundations of Organizations and Business|
|Bryant IDEA: Innovation and Design Experience For All|
|Economics Major Requirements - Industrial Economics and Market Regulation Track 1|
|Capstone Economics Seminar|
|Industrial Economics and Market Regulation Track of Bachelor of Arts in Economics|
Select four of the following:
|Money and Banking|
|Research Methods in Economics|
|Economics of Social Issues|
|America and the Free Market|
|Industrial Organization: American Industry|
|Industrial Organization: Government and Business|
|Applied Microeconomics: Case Studies|
|Applied Macroeconomics: Case Studies|
|Applied Econometrics for Business and Policy|
|Economics of Health and Medical Care|
Select two of the following:
|Creating a New Venture|
or MGT 302
or MGT 201
|History of American Technology|
|The Legal Environment of Business|
|Markets and the Law: The Uniform Commercial Code|
|Law of Financial Institutions|
|International Business Management|
or MKT 380
|The Politics of Government and Business in America|
|Liberal Arts Core Requirements|
|Introduction to Literary Studies|
Two Humanities Survey Courses
|Liberal Arts Distributions - Modes of Thought 2|
Two Social Sciences Modes of Thought
One Historical Mode of Thought (Upper Division)
One Literary Mode of Thought (Upper Division)
Two Scientific Modes of Thought 3
|Business Minor Requirement|
|Selection is made from a variety of business minors (Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Supply Chain Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, Marketing Analytics, and Sales).|
|Subject to programmatic constraints, students may elect to take additional business courses beyond the required minor, not to exceed a combined total of 30 credit hours in the College of Business.|
Tracks: Within the Economics Major, choose one of three tracks
Modes of Thought requirements can be met by appropriate courses in the major.
Include one Lab Science. One science course must be taken at the 300 or 400 level.
A minimum 122 credit hours required for graduation