Can you provide information on Business Admin and Economic majors at the following universities?

1. University of Michigan
Ross School of Business
The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business offers a four-year Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) . The Ross BBA requires 120 credits. You will need at least 58 business credits. Fifteen of these are elective credits, including a three-credit Capstone Course. You will also need at least 54 liberal arts credits. During the four years, students will do the following:
Freshman year - Explore subjects like humanities, languages, sciences or liberal arts throughout the university.
Sophomore year - Get grounded in the fundamentals of positive business at Ross.
Junior year - Study business from multiple perspectives; choose to spend a semester abroad.
Senior year - Wrap up electives and tie everything together with a capstone course.
( https://michiganross.umich.edu/programs/bba/curriculum )

University of Michigan's Ross School of Business - At a glance
· 45,000 Alumni in 88 countries
· 70+ Student clubs and organizations
· 3,295 Total enrollment
· 151 Full-time faculty
· 59 Adjunct or visiting faculty
· 1924 - Year established
· #4 Research faculty in the world
· Silver - Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council
· 21% International students
· 200 Companies recruited on-campus in 2013
· 1,100+ Companies posted a job on our job board and facilitated their own interviews
· 17 World-class institutes and centers
( https://michiganross.umich.edu/about/key-facts )

Bachelor of Business Administration - At a glance
· 96% 2015 Ross BBA students received a job offer within 3 months of graduation
· 43% Current Ross undergrads pursuing a dual degree or minor
· #4 Ross rank among undergraduate business programs — U.S. News & World Report
( https://michiganross.umich.edu/about/key-facts )

Michigan Investment Banking Club
There is also an Investment Banking Club at the University. The Michigan Investment Banking Club is the leading student organization at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor specializing in investment banking. Our mission is to help educate our members in order to secure internships and full-time positions in the investment banking industry. (https://michiganross.umich.edu/clubs/michigan-investment-banking-club)

College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) - Department of Economics
Bachelor degree majoring in Economics
A major in Economics leads to a more detailed understanding of the modern economic world and provides a useful background for students seeking careers in law, business, government, journalism, and teaching. A strong grounding in both theoretical and applied aspects of economics allows students to use their knowledge to understand economic behavior and provides a basis for evaluating economic policy.
The introductory courses (ECON 101 and 102) offered by the department are designed to provide basic knowledge as well as to serve as a foundation for other courses in economics for students who wish to pursue the subject at an intermediate or advanced level.
Virtually all empirical work in economics relies on statistical and econometric analysis. No one can understand or evaluate empirical economics, let alone perform it, without solid grounding in the tools of econometrics. Our curriculum requires a two-course sequence in statistics and econometrics. Student may choose from three different sequences that differ in emphasis (practical, applications, concepts, or foundations) and in mathematical preparation (Calc I, Calc II, or Calc II + linear algebra).
Students who wish to attain professional competence as economists in preparation for careers in research or in college or university teaching normally plan on graduate work in economics.

About LSA
LSA is the largest of U-M’s 19 schools and colleges and is still at the heart of the University. 45 LSA programs are among the top 10, and two programs are the best in their fields. As the primary undergraduate college, LSA is the reason U.S. News & World Report ranks U-M as one of the top universities for undergraduate teaching.
LSA consistently has a first-year retention rate of more than 95 percent. Nearly that same number of our seniors—96 percent—go on to enter the workforce or attend graduate school. And we have one of the largest alumni networks in the world, with more than 200,000 living LSA graduates.
· LSA’s Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program has been ranked the best program of its kind in the U.S.
· LSA offers nearly 100 study abroad programs spanning six continents. (We’d do all seven, but Antarctica is really, really cold.)
· U-M was ranked 11th on the Newsweek list of the top 100 global universities, and 2nd on Money's list of best colleges for your money.
· The College supports off-campus learning through internship programs.
· First- and second-year students can enroll in LSA’s highly regarded Honors Program; juniors and seniors in any major can write an honors thesis.

2. University of California, Davis
Bachelor degree majoring in Economics
The study of economics is the study of choices. How should a society choose to allocate and distribute its resources? Which needs should have the highest priority, and which are less important? Economists study how people use their limited resources in an attempt to satisfy their unlimited wants. They create scientific models to explain why people behave the way they do, and use these models along with observations of the world to analyze and explain why things happen the way they do. Based on this knowledge, they propose solutions to problems that may at first seem surprising, but that prove to work well in practice. Economists work in all areas of government and industry, in positions ranging from stock market analysis to sports marketing and banking regulation.
Real World Outcomes:
Economics majors are well prepared to succeed in careers requiring both knowledge of financial concepts and keen analytical abilities. Graduates are working in all areas of business and government, including investment firms, congressional advisory committees, government regulatory agencies and business journalism.
Requirements:
You will begin with a series of foundation courses in micro- and macroeconomics, statistics, and mathematics. At the upper division level, you will take two courses in economic theory, one course in either American or European economic history, and data analysis. You may then select from courses in areas of particular interest to you. These elective courses range from games theory to financial institutions and international economic development. In rounding out their study of economics, students may complete an internship for credit, take some of their courses overseas through the study abroad program or complete an in-depth economics research project through the honors program.
( https://www.ucdavis.edu/majors/economics )

Quick Facts on Department of Economics
· 31 - Number of faculty members in the UC Davis Department of Economics
· #21 -RePEc ranking of UC Davis among U.S. economics departments
· 15 -UC Davis faculty are Research Affiliates with National Bureau of Economic Research
( http://www.econ.ucdavis.edu/ )

Bachelor degree majoring in Managerial Economics
Students study with the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics administers the Managerial Economics undergraduate major. The degree goes beyond the limits of traditional economics and business majors, blending a thorough grounding in economic theory with business knowledge and applications. The program provides in-depth exposure to economics and quantitative methods, problem-solving strategies, critical thinking and effective communication skills. Options for specialization include: business economics, international business economics, environmental and resource economics, and agribusiness economics.
Real World Outcomes:
The real-world focus of this major prepares students for an ideal transition into business and promising careers in the public and private sectors. Managerial Economics majors have established careers in every area of business and industry, including marketing, analysis, consulting, financial services, accounting, entrepreneurship, real estate and government. Many Managerial Economics graduates have entered advanced degree programs in business management (MBA), accounting (MPAc) and law (JD).
Requirements:
Managerial economics students can select from four areas of specialization:
· Business Economics, which focuses on analysis, finance and management of business activities
· International Business Economics, which explores the economic drivers and policy challenges in the major emerging markets
· Environmental and Resource Economics, which concerns issues related to environmental quality and the use of resources
· Agribusiness Economics, which focuses on the business aspects of producing and marketing foods and fibers
( https://www.ucdavis.edu/majors/managerial-economics )

Facts about the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
· Home to 25 teaching and research faculty and five Cooperative Extension specialists.
· Skilled support staff includes specialists in administration and financial services, computer programming and library science.
· Eight emeritus faculty and six current faculty are Fellows of the American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA). Departmental faculty and graduate students regularly receive awards for outstanding research from the AAEA and Western AEA.
( http://are.ucdavis.edu/department/about-us/ )

3. University of California Irvine, The Paul Merage School of Business
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Students are required to complete 10 business courses that provide a foundation in essential core business competencies, followed by a minimum of 10 business electives selected from emphases. Students select a minimum of one of seven emphases in Accounting, Finance, Health Care Management, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations and Decision Technologies, and Organization and Management. This program of study enables students to develop areas of focus as they pursue the Business Administration major. Because much business is conducted on a global scale, students are required to either participate in the University's Education Abroad Program or to take one of a number of designated courses that stresses the international dimension of a business area.
While academic course content is crucial to an undergraduate business major, auxiliary noncurricular programs also are important to students' academic experience. The Merage School incorporates a co-curricular element into the classroom experience. Drawing from Merage School and University resources, students are exposed to opportunities to enhance communication and presentations skills, attend formal speaker events, and engage in informal mentoring. The Merage School faculty is committed to ensuring that undergraduate majors have ample opportunity to enhance their writing and presentation skills through class assignments and a business communication elective. In addition, students can participate in a business writing program, where they can work with a writing consultant to further improve their writing skills.
Students are strongly encouraged to become involved with the clubs that comprise the Merage Undergraduate Student Association (MUSA). MUSA consists of several student organizations. These high-profile student groups promote interaction between students and the surrounding business community through their Corporate Speaker Series, social activities, and student/employer receptions. Students with an entrepreneurial interest are invited to participate in the annual business plan competition.
Work experience is an important way to learn about business and management. UC Irvine's Internship Program, sponsored by the Career Center, can assist students in finding opportunities to work in either voluntary or paid positions in business, nonprofit, or industrial settings. Students who plan to enter business or apply to a graduate school of business or management in the future will find it necessary to supplement their academic work with a variety of practical experiences.
Another opportunity is UC Irvine's Undergraduate Administrative Intern Program, which offers selected students the opportunity to assume one-year positions under the guidance of University administrators. Students can choose from a range of offices in which they will be asked to undertake special projects specifically related to the management and administration of UC Irvine and higher education in general. These internships are supplemented by a two-quarter management seminar and by field trips to administrative conferences such as meetings of The Regents of the University of California.
( http://merage.uci.edu/Undergrad/Content/BA-in-Business-Administration/246 )

Facts about the Paul Merage School of Business
In the 2015 Financial Times Global MBA rankings report, The Paul Merage School of Business was ranked among the top 25 business schools in the U.S. In addition, the Merage School is the No. 1 school in the U.S. for percentage of women faculty. The Merage School also ranked 7th in the U.S. for salary increase and 25th in the U.S. for faculty research. Also, U.S. News & World Report announced in its 2013 rankings report that the Executive MBA program ranked 25th in the U.S. ( http://merage.uci.edu/AboutSchool/index.aspx )

4. Harvard College, Economics Department
Bachelor degree majoring in Economics
The Economics Department has roughly 200-250 concentrators per class. One appeal of the department is that it can accommodate students with a wide range of interests: Economics is a way of thinking, and students can apply this way of thinking to nearly any aspect of the world (see Section V for a discussion of various subfields of economics).
The Economics Department requires all students to take courses in introductory and intermediate economic theory in order to have a strong grasp on fundamental economic principles. These key principles rely on mathematical models; thus, all concentrators are required to have a basic preparation in calculus. The Department also requires concentrators to gain the necessary statistical skills to use data from the real world to test economic theories. Putting all of these skills together, the Department’s required Sophomore Tutorial helps students apply their knowledge of economic theory, mathematics, and statistics in a course on learning how to read and understand
economics research and how to carry out research of their own. The remainder of the course requirements for an undergraduate degree in economics serve to expose students to various applications of economics tools and theories. Concentrators also have the option to pursue honors in economics, either with or without a thesis. The additional requirements for honors and other details are discussed in Sections III (on concentration requirements) and VI (on the honors program). Students considering graduate school in economics should take more mathematics (see Section VII on graduate study).

In recent years, about 85 percent of Economics concentrators have sought work immediately after graduation. Economics concentrators go to work in business, government, social service, teaching, charitable work, and other occupations in proportions not that different from the average Harvard graduate. A somewhat higher percentage of Economics concentrators go to work in finance and consulting.
( http://economics.harvard.edu/files/economics/files/undergradguide_16-17.pdf )

About Harvard’s Economic Department
Harvard’s Economics Department is one of the best in the world. The large number of professors and their diverse interests enable a student to study virtually any area of economics. The extraordinary quality of Harvard undergraduates makes the classroom environment stimulating for teacher and student alike. In part because of these many strengths, economics is the largest concentration at Harvard. Because the department is large, students are strongly encouraged to take initiative and personalize their academic experience. Remember that professors and teaching fellows enjoy talking with and working with undergraduates. Go to office hours. Talk with your instructors after class. Meet with concentration advisors during their daily office hours.
( http://economics.harvard.edu/files/economics/files/undergradguide_16-17.pdf )

5. Stanford University, School of Humanities and Science
Bachelor degree majoring in Economics
The program introduces students to macro- and microeconomic theory, teaches them to think and write clearly about economic problems and policy issues and to apply the basic tools of economic analysis. The undergraduate major provides an excellent background for those who plan careers in government and private enterprise as well as those pursuing graduate degrees in professional schools or in the field of economics.
( https://economics.stanford.edu/undergraduate/overview )

About the Department of Economics
Stanford’s Department of Economics teaches students about the economic aspects of contemporary society and trains them to understand and evaluate policy. The department collaborates with Stanford’s programs in International Relations, Public Policy, and Urban Studies to cover subjects ranging from the global food market to the economics of law and institutions.
Each summer the Department of Economics employs undergraduates as Research Assistants for faculty on the Stanford campus. A primary goal of the Program is to provide students with a deeper understanding of the nature and methods of academic research and to stimulate students’ interest in pursuing research projects of their own.

Students can extend their education beyond the classroom through Policy Forums and other events at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR). At SIEPR, economists across campus work with leaders in business, technology, and government, uniting theory with policy-oriented research.
( http://humsci.stanford.edu/departments/clusters/social_sciences/ )

6. MIT
Sloan School of Management
Bachelor degree majoring in Management; Business Analytics or Finance
The three major and minor options above provide more choice and flexibility for students to choose a concentration within management. All three above majors can part of a double major. For students majoring in Management who are interested in Business Analytics or Finance, there is an opportunity to concentrate in those areas. The Management major with a concentration in Business Analytics or Finance is similar to the majors Business Analytics and Finance with the exception that Management has more management breadth and the Business Analytics and Finance majors have additional subjects in Business Analytics or Finance.
( http://mitsloan.mit.edu/undergrad/course-15-curriculum-overview/ )

Bachelor degree majoring in Management Science
Management science focuses on the design and administration of complex systems, and it is used to investigate a wide range of strategic and logistical problems. Management science provides a systematic approach to such problems using quantitative tools and qualitative methods that assess the human and social dimensions of these issues. Management science techniques account for real world complications and constraints in an effort to provide sound, viable solutions to managerial problems. The result is often a substantial savings of time, money, and resources.
( http://mitsloan.mit.edu/undergrad/management-science/ )

About Sloan School of Management
· Total enrollment: Approximately 1,300 students
· Faculty and lecturers: More than 200
· Number of programs: 10, degree and non-degree, for undergraduates through experienced executives.
· Action Learning labs: 14 and counting, including field projects focused on global health, entrepreneurship, and sustainability
· MIT alumni: 120,000, in more than 90 countries
· Companies founded by MIT Sloan alumni: More than 650
Notable companies founded by MIT Sloan alumni: E*Trade, Gartner, Genentech, HubSpot, InVivo Therapeutics, Teradyne, and Zipcar
( http://mitsloan.mit.edu/about-mit-sloan/facts-and-figures/ )

Economics Faculty
Bachelor degree majoring in economics
The Economics Faculty is equally committed to graduate and undergraduate education. Senior professors teach introductory undergraduate courses, and faculty at all levels incorporate the latest economic methods and findings into their electives. The Department’s success in attracting exceptional undergraduates and preparing them for advanced study demonstrates the soundness of this philosophy and the excellence of the program.
The undergraduate major in economics begins with a two-semester introductory sequence that explores theoretical and applied topics in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Additional training in microeconomics, macroeconomics, statistics, and econometrics follows. Majors have a choice of additional applied and advanced courses drawn from a menu that includes economic development, economic theory, health economics, industrial organization, international economics, labor economics, monetary economics, public economics, and other courses. The level of mathematics mastery among undergraduates allows economics courses to be taught at a high level.

The Undergraduate Economics Association (UEA) provides an informal forum for students to meet and explore various topics with faculty. Sponsored by the faculty, the UEA is run by and for economics majors to address such issues as career planning and current topics in economic policy. Students and faculty also enjoy the relaxed interactions that the UEA provides.
Undergraduate economics majors go on to graduate work and to distinguished careers in academia, global businesses, government, finance, consulting, and law. About 20 percent of MIT economics undergraduates enter a graduate program in economics or finance. This is among the highest yield of PhD candidates for an undergraduate economics program. Approximately half of the Department’s graduates choose to gain experience in business, government, consulting, and non-profit organizations before seeking out business and public policy schools for post-graduate study. The number of post-graduates choosing to study law remains fairly constant. Growing use of formal economics in law has strengthened this connection.
( http://economics.mit.edu/under )

7. Johns Hopkins University
Carey Business School
Bachelor of Business Administration
NOTE: The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School will be phasing out the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program over the next two years. Applications for the BBA program will no longer be accepted after Fall 2016. Students admitted for Fall 2016 will complete their degree in May 2018.
The Bachelor of Business Administration degree completion program harnesses the knowledge, resources, and network of the Johns Hopkins University, giving students access to leading thinkers and influencers in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and throughout the world.
The BBA program provides you with skills and resources essential to succeed in the corporate, public, or nonprofit sectors:
· Understanding of the factors that drive business
· Proficiency in analysis, problem solving, and business communication
· Knowledge of core concepts in accounting, finance, information systems, marketing, and management
· Understanding of specialized business areas
· Career and professional development
· Senior capstone projects
· Add greater focus to your education.

The Bachelor of Business Administration is a two-year program designed for students who have completed their core course requirements and have a desire to understand how the essentials of business impact the economy, society, and humankind. For admission to the program, you must have completed 60 transferable college-level credits (or 90 quarter hours) from a regionally accredited college or university. Transferrable courses are those completed with a grade of ‘C’ or higher (2.00 on a 4.00 scale). ( http://carey.jhu.edu/academics/bachelor-of-business-administration/ )

Department of Economics at Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Bachelor degree majoring in Economics
The Department of Economics at Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, Johns Hopkins University is one of the leading departments of economics in the U.S., with outstanding strength in its research faculty, graduate program, and undergraduate program. The department offers a focused approach that sets it apart from other economics programs around the world. Faculty and graduate students engage in the exploration of five economic disciplines: applied microeconomics, economic theory, macroeconomics, econometrics, and finance.

The opportunity to learn directly from innovative thinkers draws students to the department. Faculty at the forefront of their fields incorporate the results of recent research into courses in microeconomics, econometrics, monetary economics, investments, managerial economics, mathematical economics, uncertainty, forecasting, and game theory.

Department of Economics alumni are leaders in their fields. Graduates are frequently appointed to esteemed academic institutions, think tanks, government research positions, and investment banks around the world. Undergraduate students in economics gain critical thinking skills, enabling them to understand and analyze important trends in the field and pursue their own research. Many graduates go on to law school, medical school, or graduate school in economics, while others enter the workforce, usually in the fields of banking or finance, and still others are employed in the public sector. ( http://krieger.jhu.edu/fields/economics/ )

8. Indiana University
Kelley School of Business
Business degrees
Kelley School of Business offers 13 different business majors, each consistently ranked in the top 15 among U.S public universities by publications including U.S. News & World Report. The following may be of interest:
a. Department of Business Economics & Public Policy
Majors: Economic Consulting, Public Policy Analysis
Co-majors: Sustainable Business, Business Analytics
b. Department of Business Law & Ethics
Co-major: Law, Ethics, & Decision-making (LEAD)
c. Department of Finance
Majors: Finance, Real Estate
d. Department of Management & Entrepreneurship
Majors: Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, Management
Co-major: International Business
( https://kelley.iu.edu/Ugrad/Academics/MajorsMinors/page39060.html )

About Kelly School of Business
It’s a first-of-its-kind approach to teaching business, and it’s recognized nationally as one of the best. It’s also the approach that attracts more than 700 companies—located in the U.S. and around the world—to recruit from Kelley annually, which gives us job-placement rates that you can count on.

The School will:
· Give you a core understanding of business—including finance, marketing, operations, strategy, and business ethics. You’ll also develop a specialty by choosing the major that’s right for you. With a Kelley degree, you’ll have the tools you need to succeed on any career path you choose.
· Develop your perspective on the global economy through our study abroad programs, Global Foundations courses, and a large and diverse student body. With a Kelley degree, you’ll be able to do business anywhere, anytime, with anyone.
· Develop you professionally and personally with our talent management classes. With a Kelley degree, you’ll enter the job market as your own authentic brand: a smart business investment that employers, partners, and investors will be eager to make.
( https://kelley.iu.edu/Ugrad/Why/page39054.html )

Economics B.A. - Department of Economics
The Department of Economics (ECON) is one of the highly ranked economics programs in the US. When pursuing a major in ECON you work with faculty whose expertise spans economic analysis and policy.
The Economics major requires eight core courses that focus on mathematical modeling, microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, economic statistics, and econometrics. You also take a minimum of four elective courses, allowing you to specialize in the areas most relevant to your career interests.
Through the ECON electives you are able to learn about an array of issues such as: the supply and control of money, the roles government entities play in the economy, the functioning of labor markets, the trade relations between countries, the obstacles to sustained growth in less developed nations, and the functioning of financial asset markets.

You also gain the quantitative tools needed to measure economic indicators, make sense of big data, and analyze strategic interactions arising in economics, business, and international relations. Simply put, you gain the wherewithal needed to excel in today’s knowledge-based economy.
( https://economics.indiana.edu/) (https://economics.indiana.edu/home/undergraduate-program/ )

9. Notre Dame
Mendoza College of Business
Bachelor degree majoring in business - Students at Notre Dame are admitted to the University’s First Year of Studies, not to an individual school or college. However, upon application to Notre Dame, all students are asked to make a non-binding indication of the college or school, and specific major or discipline, in which they intend to major.
Among the top most selective universities that offer undergraduate degrees in business, Notre Dame will remain one of the top ranked universities in terms of the percentage of students earning their degrees in business (about 27% of our graduating class).
The management of the size of the business college is important to ensure that our students, faculty, and employers continue to reap the benefits of one of the top business educations worldwide.
Notre Dame offers many programs in the other colleges that link with the Mendoza College of Business. In addition, there are two distinct programs that provide a fifth year option for a dual BS/MBA degree with Mendoza and the Colleges of Engineering or Science as well as a fifth year Master’s Degree in Management offered through Mendoza for non-business undergraduates.

Mendoza College of Business
· #2 - Rank given to Notre Dame's Undergraduate Business School by Bloomberg Businessweek in its Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2016 ranking
· #3 - Notre Dame’s place on national alumni satisfaction surveys
· 267 - The number of active Notre Dame alumni clubs
· 40 - The number of countries with active Notre Dame alumni clubs
· 134,000+ - The number of active Notre Dame alumni worldwide
( http://mendoza.nd.edu/programs/undergraduate/max-enrollment/ )

Bachelor degree majoring in Economics- Department of Economics
The Economics major allows you to acquire strong quantitative, analytical, and communications skills in the context of a liberal arts curriculum.
Students in the Economics major must take a total of 10 economics classes.
To help foster the Catholic mission of the University, the department teaches a variety of courses that provide students with an understanding of how economics can be used as a tool to help those most in need. These classes include Development Economics, Health Economics, and the Economics of Catholic Social Teaching. Internships at the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities also provide an opportunity for students to support the University's mission.
About the Department of Economics
The Department of Economics strives to provide the highest quality instruction in modern economic analysis and to conduct innovative research, while fostering the Catholic mission of the university. Our department is committed to rigorous theoretical and quantitative analysis in teaching and research.
Faculty members in our department have specialties in a diverse set of fields including macro, applied micoreconomics, development, international economics, and micro theory.
We currently have 35 professors and we plan to grow to over 40 in the near future. Our faculty are committed to excellent teaching and mentoring our undergraduates. They also do cutting-edge research on a wide range of fields including macro, applied microeconomics, development, international economics, and micro theory. In keeping with the University’s Catholic mission, the faculty also focuses on research that is relevant to social policy.
( https://economics.nd.edu/undergraduate-program/ )

10. Babson College
About the College
Babson offers a Bachelor of Science degree to future leaders looking to create social and economic value around the world.
The academic experience at Babson is uniquely designed for students who want to study business while developing an entrepreneurial mindset and gaining real-world experience. Our focus ​on Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® enables you to discover your strengths, pursue your passions, and create your path to success.

You’ll be taught by accessible faculty members committed to your growth who use their practical knowledge and research to elevate your classroom experience. Our courses integrate core management skills with liberal arts and the sciences, breaking down barriers between disciplines to provide you with a balanced, innovative education. You will learn business fundamentals, but you also may take classes in real estate. And, crowd funding. And, espionage literature. And, natural disasters. And, entertainment law. (http://www.babson.edu/admission/undergraduate/Pages/home.aspx)
Bachelor of Science
The Bachelor offers several concentrations or groups of courses focusing on an area of interest including: Business Analytics; Computational and Mathematical Finance; Economics Entrepreneurship; Environmental Sustainability;Finance Global and Regional Studies; Global Business Management; Historical and Political Studies; Identity and Diversity Information Technology; Management International Business Environment; Marketing Planning; Analysis, and Control; Quantitative Methods; Retail Supply Chain Managemen; Statistical Modeling; Strategic Management; and Technology Entrepreneurship and Design. ( http://www.babson.edu/Academics/undergraduate/Documents/undergraduate-curriculum.pdf )

11. Carnegie Mellon
Tepper School of Business
Two Business degrees (BS In Business Administration and BS in Computational Finance)
The business curriculum offers both breadth and flexibility. Students take classes from across Carnegie Mellon to enhance their skills in quantitative and analytic reasoning, and to provide the social, economic and political context for understanding business decisions in a global environment. The curriculum's requirement of an academic minor assures that in each semester, your program will include courses from other departments outside of the Tepper School. Each student can develop and pursue their unique interests while taking advantage of the world-class faculty and curricular offerings in the liberal arts and sciences, engineering, computer science and arts programs for which we are so well known.
In addition to the major’s core course requirements, there are ten concentrations areas that allow for the development of depth in a particular area of business practice. Each area has an array of courses that focus on current practices, while benefiting from the research of faculty and business leaders who anticipate the knowledge and skills which will be required in the future.
( http://tepper.cmu.edu/prospective-students/undergraduate/business/curriculum/majors-and-minors )

Bachelor degree majoring in Economics
The economics program's courses and degree programs are among the most popular on campus and attract a wide range of Carnegie Mellon students. The courses and degree programs are designed to provide students with a deep and comprehensive understanding of central economic theories, empirical methods and applications. Our elective courses identify and address social and economic problems in the following areas: economics and society; financial economics; global economics; information economics; market strategies; and research methodologies.
Educational Objectives
Students will be able to identify, explain and use economic concepts, theories, models and data-analytic techniques.

Students will acquire and use knowledge of economics, mathematics, statistics and computing flexibly in a variety of contexts, providing the foundation for success in graduate studies and careers in the public and private sectors.

Students will be able to apply their economic tools to formulate positions on a wide range of social and economic problems and engage effectively in policy debates.

Students will use the investigative skills necessary for conducting original economic research and participating effectively in project teams.

Students will be able to deliver effective presentations in which they combine visual communication design with oral arguments and/or the written word.
Students graduating with major degrees from our program also are required to fulfill university and Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences general education requirements.

Students graduating with additional and minor degrees from our program are responsible for fulfilling university and their home college general education requirements.
( http://tepper.cmu.edu/prospective-students/undergraduate/economics )

About the School
We are consistently ranked as a Top Ten Program by U.S. News & World Report.Ranked among the top ten in the nation, our specializations include:
· Finance
· Business Technology
· Supply Chain Management/Logistics
· Production/Operations
· Quantitative Analysis ( http://tepper.cmu.edu/prospective-students/undergraduate/business/why-we-are-different )

12. UT Austin
McCombs School of Business
Bachelor of Business Administration
While all Texas BBAs receive the tools needed to excel in the world of business, focusing your efforts in one of our 10 majors gives you an additional collection of specialized skills that will set you apart from the crowd. Take a peek at our individual majors and see which ones interest you the most.
· Accounting
· BHP
· Finance
· IMPA
· International Business
· Management
· Management Information Systems (MIS)
· Marketing
· Science and Technology Management (STM)
· Supply Chain Management

About McCombs
One of the largest and most distinguished business schools in the country, the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin is dedicated to educating the business leaders of tomorrow while creating knowledge for industry and society. Rankings tell only part of the story of what makes McCombs so great, but it’s a good beginning. We’re one of the few schools in the country to receive top marks in nearly all the business specialty areas ranked annually by U.S. News & World Report—at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Bachelor majoring in Economics - Department of Economics
Economics is a Liberal Arts major and follows the Liberal Arts degree plan for a Bachelor of Arts degree. We do not offer a BS in Economics at UT-Austin. First Semester Freshmen wanting to declare the Economics major should be* calculus ready.
( https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/economics/undergraduate/advising.php )

About the Department of Economics
The Economics Department is the largest department within the College of Liberal Arts with over 1700 undergraduate majors. The department offers about 50 sections of undergraduate courses each semester, covering both economic theory and a rich variety of topics. The undergraduate program in Economics trains students to think objectively and independently about a wide range of economic issues and problems, giving them insights that will serve them as individuals and citizens. The undergraduate program emphasizes the application of mathematics as well as the development of writing skills. The undergraduate program prepares students for professional careers in industry, finance, government, law and teaching.
( https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/economics/index.php )

13. Boston College
Carroll School of Management
Founded as the College of Business Administration at Boston College in 1938, and later named the Carroll School of Management, in honor of a distinguished alumnus, the school identifies its mission in these terms:
The Carroll School of Management educates undergraduates preparing for careers in management, graduate students aspiring to greater responsibilities in a complex global economy, and practitioners and executives seeking renewed vision and new skills for that economy. Vigorous teaching, learning, and research that advance business theory and enhance management practice are crucial means to these ends. Our current efforts are a partnership of students, faculty, staff, the business community, and the broader academic community. We seek and value the support and counsel of our alumni and the wider business community. We aspire to be an effective and caring organization for our immediate community, and we strive to orchestrate all our efforts for the service of the many communities—local, national, and global—that sustain us.
The undergraduate curriculum, which combines a broad liberal arts background with specialized training in a management discipline, prepares students for leadership roles in business and society. The Carroll School of Management provides future managers with a knowledge of the methods and processes of professional management and an understanding of the complex and evolving social system within which they will apply this knowledge.
( http://www.bc.edu/offices/stserv/academic/univcat/undergrad_catalog/csom/csom_desc.html )

The current Carroll School of Management undergraduate catalog information located on the Student Services website. Individual department listings include links to the appropriate online catalog, faculty, and course listings.
Accounting Department
Business Law Department
Economics Department
Finance Department
Accounting
Business Law
Economics
Finance
General Management
Honors Program
Information Systems Department
Management and Organization Department
General Management
Honors Program
Information Systems
Management and Organization
Marketing Department
Operations Management Department
Marketing
Operations Management
( http://www.bc.edu/offices/stserv/academic/univcat/undergrad_catalog/csom.html )

The Management Core Courses
Note: All courses 3 credits
PRTO1000 Portico (freshman, fall)
OPER1135 Business Statistics (freshman)
ECON1131 Principles of Economics I–Micro (freshman or sophomore)
ECON1132 Principles of Economics II–Macro (freshman or sophomore)
ISYS1021 Computers in Management (freshman or sophomore)
ACCT1021 Financial Accounting (sophomore or freshman, spring)
ACCT1022 Managerial Accounting (sophomore)
OPER2235 Math for Management (sophomore)*
BSLW1021 Introduction to Law (sophomore or junior)
MGMT1021 Organizational Behavior (sophomore or junior)
OPER1021 Operations Management (junior)
MFIN1021 Basic Finance (junior)
MKTG1021 Principles of Marketing (junior)
MGMT3099 Strategic Management (senior)
4–6 CSOM concentration courses (junior, senior)
12 credits of A&S Electives
( http://www.bc.edu/offices/stserv/academic/univcat/undergrad_catalog/csom/csom_desc.html )

14. NYU
Stern School of Business
Stern’s undergraduate degrees in business combine intensive study in business fundamentals with broad-based foundations in the liberal arts. Our courses are taught by some of the most respected business faculty in the world. Stern's prominent faculty includes three Nobel Laureates. Our global study opportunities and cutting-edge social impact sequence are unmatched by any other undergraduate business school.

Degree Programs
· B.S. in Business with a choice of 11 concentrations. Other options within the B.S. in business degree include a second major or minor in a field outside business – anything from Chinese to history to psychology to the fine arts.
· B.S. in Business & Political Economy, which features coursework in business, politics and economics along with integrated global study at select sites in NYU's global network of 13 academic centers.
· Stern-Tisch B.S. in Business/B.F.A. in Film and Television available to students enrolled in the B.S. in Business program. This five-year dual degree is designed for students with a passion for film and television, and an interest in the business aspects of these industries.
· B.S./M.S. in Accounting available to students enrolled in the B.S. in Business program. This program prepares students to sit for the Certified Public Accountant license examination.
( http://www.stern.nyu.edu/programs-admissions/undergraduate/academics )

Department of Economics
Undergraduate Program
The Department of Economics prepares students to understand individual and group decision making, the structure of markets and economies, and the relationship between regions within the global economy. The faculty at New York University is particularly strong in Economic Theory, Macroeconomics, International Economics, and Economic Growth and Development. Although Economics is a large Department, its students enjoy an excellent student-faculty rapport. Many of the faculty members are associated with distinguished research institutions. By being able to study with faculty who are actively engaged in research, students learn not only about the fundamentals of economic theory but also about how such theory is utilized. They have the opportunity to conduct research on their own. Honors students are required to write a research paper as an Honors Thesis under direct faculty supervision.
( http://econ.as.nyu.edu/page/ugprog )
A first degree in Economics not only prepares you for a career as an economist in government or central bank, financial services, research or consulting. As Economics at LSE addresses the world's toughest problems, our graduates also find satisfaction in a wide variety of satisfying and important roles, ranging from international development to management. A significant number go on to graduate work.

15. London School of Economics
Programmes
We offer three single honours degrees, in Economics (further information on the BSc Economics degree), in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (further information on the BSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics degree), and in Economics with Economic History (further information on the BSc Economics with Economic History degree).
You can also take degrees which combine Economics in various ways with Economic History, Environmental Policy, Geography, Government, Philosophy and Mathematics.
From 2015 we offer a new, four-year undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (further information on the BSc Philosophy, Politics and Economics degree), combining the disciplines of philosophy, politics and economics and run by thePhilosophy Department.
( http://www.lse.ac.uk/economics/prospectiveStudents/undergraduateProgrammes/home.aspx )

About LSE
The LSE Department of Economics is one of the biggest and best in the world, with expertise across the full spectrum of mainstream economics. A long-standing commitment to remaining at the cutting edge of developments in the field has ensured the lasting impact of its work on the discipline as a whole. Almost every major intellectual development within Economics over the past fifty years has had input from members of the department, which counts ten Nobel Prize winners among its current and former staff and students. Our alumni are employed in a wide range of national and international organisations, in government, international institutions, business and finance.

Our Research
We are a leading research department, consistently ranked in the top 20 economics departments worldwide. This is reflected in the 2014 Research Assessment Exercise which recognised the Department's outstanding contribution to the field. According to the REF 2014 results, 56 per cent of the Department’s research output was graded 4 star (the highest category), indicating that it is 'world-leading'. A further 33 per cent was designated 'internationally excellent' (3 star).
( http://www.lse.ac.uk/economics/aboutUs/aboutUs.aspx )

Bachelor of Science in Finance
Features of LSE courses
Our programme is widely regarded as being at the forefront of international teaching in the field. Our aim is to give you an understanding of finance that will be useful throughout your career. This means that, unlike professional courses, we teach both finance techniques and the intuition behind them to enable our students to critically evaluate their suitability and usefulness in different contexts. We will encourage you to adopt a critical and flexible viewpoint and to analyse the subject from a variety of perspectives, including the international dimension.
Our finance faculty is one of the largest in Europe and includes internationally acknowledged leaders in academic research in all of the major subfields of finance.
Degree structure
The first year of the degree will give an essential foundation in the subject, equipping students with the necessary quantitative skills. Every student will take finance, accounting, economics, mathematics and statistics courses, plus the innovative LSE100.
The second year concentrates on building a firm grasp of core analytical methods in finance and financial economics and applying them to a range of problems, while the third year allows for students to gain rigorous depth in a range of finance subfields.
http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/DegreeProgrammes2016/finance/overview_and_features.aspx#DynamicJumpMenuManager_1_Anchor_4