Department of Economics

Business-Economics Program

revised: Nov. 24, 2014, 2:06 p.m.

Program is designed  for students who wish to specialize in both fields, Business Administration and Economics. Our main aim is to equip our students with the basic knowledge of economics, statistics, accounting and finance, an advanced level of analitical thinking capability and managerial skills.

Business-Economics has common courses with both the Economics and Business Administration Departments' curricula. Students are introduced to current developments in management and business administration, along with basic courses that provide them with the principles of business administration, micro- and macroeconomic theory, statistics and econometrics. Aware of the close relations between the fields of Business Administration and Economics, many students who wish to specialize in both fields attempt to compensate for any deficiency in one field by taking post-graduate courses in the other. The BA program in Business-Economics offers the opportunity to specialize in both at the undergraduate level.