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Economics students gain understanding and analysis skills of systems related to the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. This is a great minor if you’re interested in the best use of scarce resources and the interplay between politics, law, tax policy, and public policy that affects us every day.

Why should I study economics?

Core courses in this minor will complement nearly any major by giving you an overview of business and economics principles that can be applied to any organization or corporation.

What can I do with this degree?

Our alumni integrate their economics minor with their major of study and continue on to careers in:

  • Healthcare
  • Government
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Business

What skills will I develop?

  • Presentation skills
  • Problem-solving
  • Metrics
  • Critical thinking about societal problems
  • Logical reasoning
  • Research

What unique experiences or opportunities will I have?

  • Group projects and presentations
  • Integration of Christian values into economics principles
  • Opportunities to practice your economics skills

Over $24 - median hourly wage of recent business graduates

90% or more alumni reported being prepared for current job

Upcoming Events

OCT 25 2017

Project Ex: Explore, Experience, Execute

9 a.m. Benson Great Hall

Career development seminar and job fair for students in the College of Arts and Sciences

OCT 25 2017

Project Ex Internship and Job Fair: Student Registration

1 p.m. The Underground

Connecting students with employers

NOV 11 2017

Women in Business Breakfast: Speak Up & Know Yourself

9 a.m. Underground, Brushaber Commons level 2

Join Bethel’s Department of Business & Economics for a special breakfast event discovering our inner strengths.

FEB 5 2018

BethelBiz Midyear Event

6 p.m. The Underground

We are gearing up for the Midyear Mentorship Event! As a reminder, mentee attendance at our Mentorship Events is mandatory, so please put this on your calendars now!

Program Features

Bethel Business and Economics Association

Students in the Bethel Business and Economics Association (BBEA) gain the training, skills, and networking opportunities important to success in the workplace.

Accredited by the ACBSP

Bethel's Department of Business and Economics programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading specialized accreditation association for business education supporting, celebrating, and rewarding teaching excellence.

BethelBiz Alumni Network

BethelBiz is a network that will connect you to fellow alumni, inspire you to pursue excellence in the workplace, and challenge you to become a faithful leader in your community.

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