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Trent Business students discuss how to administer organization techniques with drawings on a whiteboard

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Trent Business students discuss how to administer organization techniques with drawings on a whiteboard

Economics

Gain a deeper understanding of the problems that face the business world and the theories and techniques that are being used to solve these issues. Hone your skills as a creative and innovative business thought leader with this specialization.

Graduating students who have fulfilled the requirements for a Bachelor of Business Administration degree may apply for a Specialization in Economics, if they have successfully completed the following 3.5 credits:

  • 2.5 credits consisting of ADMN 3700H, ECON 2000H, 2010H, 3020H, and 3120H
  • 0.5 credit from ADMN 3870H or 0.5 ECON credit beyond those required for the BBA (ECON 1010H, 1020H, 2200H, 2250H)
  • 0.5 additional ECON credit beyond those required for the BBA

Program Coordinator

B. Lew, BSc, MBA (Alberta), PhD (Queen’s)

Degree Type

  • B.B.A.