Woody L. Hunt College of Business
The B.A. and BBA in Economics provide students with the knowledge to play an integral role in the world of business. UTEP's location on the U.S.-Mexico border primes students for success in international economics, finance, business and government. Economics majors are well prepared for postgraduate studies in law, business, public administration and more.
Border location offers opportunities to become knowledgeable in international economics
Participate in the fast-track program to earn graduate credit while completing a bachelor's degree
Gain understanding of data analysis skills to forecast future business conditions
Rebekah Plaza's involvement in UTEP’s Student Government Association and the Woody L. Hunt College of Business’ Regional Economic Development Association is preparing the economics major for a career in politics. Rebekah, a research fellow for the City of El Paso’s Economic Development Department, is confident her economics background will help her make informed decisions about policy creation and implementation in the future.
The study of economics provides a good background for careers in business and government. Graduates of the program are well prepared for jobs such
UTEP offers grants and scholarships that may cover your entire tuition.
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