Economics Bachelor's Program
DegreeBachelor of Science
DepartmentBusiness Undergraduate Program
ContactOffice of Graduate Admissions1-888.511.1306[email protected]
Technology, analytics and globalization continue to define the changing course of economics.
Stevens' leadership in these areas gives you a head start in the real world, both on internships and on the job or in graduate school. You'll gain an extra edge at Stevens, where coursework is aligned to the rigorous guidelines set by the American Economic Association in logical problem solving, data analysis, and compelling speech and writing. Furthermore, you'll enjoy plenty of opportunities to travel abroad, to see firsthand how business practices in other countries impact economics, both at home and far away.
Students complete the Economics major prepared to leverage their understanding of the global economics picture and data analysis techniques to excel in economics, banking or finance.
The economics curriculum emphasizes both technology and exposure to international aspects of economics, including an optional study abroad component. Students develop an international perspective and an appreciation for the technology that makes predictive modeling possible.
The major coursework puts a premium on data analysis, logical problem solving, and excellent speaking and writing skills — all areas identified by the American Economic Association as critical to student success in this industry.
BT 343 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
BT 344 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
BT 440 Money, Banking and Financial Institutions
BT 454 International Economics and Finance
QF 200 Financial Econometrics
One economics elective
The practice core at Stevens is where you’ll apply the skills you’ve learned in real business simulations, culminating in the Stevens Innovation Expo. For your expo project, you'll work in teams to either pursue a startup business concept of your creation, or work with executives at a New York-area business on a real-world consulting project. It’s one of the strongest examples of learning by doing — a value emphasized by Stevens and the School of Business — and provides instant credibility for your résumé.
BT 301 Strategy
BT 372 Entrepreneurship
BT 411 Senior Design I
BT 401 Capital Structure and Strategy Audit
BT 412 Senior Design II
In addition to your core of major-specific courses, you'll complete a suite of courses to provide you with an understanding and appreciation for the business fundamentals, including entrepreneurship, operations, business law, information systems, international business, accounting, finance, marketing and management. These courses will help you develop critical thinking and presentation skills, and encourage you to apply your learning to solve complex business problems.
BT 244 Microeconomics
MIS 201 Fundamentals of Information Systems with Excel Lab
BT 100 Principles of Management
BT 200 Financial Accounting
BT 243 Macroeconomics
BT 215 Managerial Accounting
BT 360 International Business
BT 321 Corporate Finance
BT 350 Marketing
BT 330 Social Psychology & Organizational Behavior
EM 450 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
BT 413 Business Law
Two information systems courses
Two technology courses
The arts and sciences core is a distinguishing feature of a Stevens education, and will help you hone talents such as written and oral communication and teamwork, while gaining a broader perspective on the world around you through courses in literature, political science, history and the social sciences.
CAL 103 Freshman Writing
MA 117 Calculus I
PEP 123 Physics for B&T I
CAL 105 CAL Colloquium
MA 119 Multivariable Calculus & Finite Math
PEP 124 Physics for B&T II, or CH 115 Chemistry I, or CH 281 Biology I
CS 105 Intro to Scientific Computing, or CS 115 Intro to Computer Science
BT 221 Statistics
BT 223 Applied Models and Simulation
Two humanities courses