At the undergraduate level, the Department of Marketing and Economics offers a Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) in Economics. The B.A. in Economics undergraduate degree program is typically of interest to students with strong academic credentials and a desire to make a difference by helping to shape policy in a wide range of areas in society. Economics majors will develop will develop conceptual and analytical skills for making policy-oriented decisions based on analysis of fundamental resource allocation issues.
All students must take the Economics Core courses. A grade of "C" or better is required for all courses in the Economics Core and Economics electives. No more than 24% of the B.A. in Economics may be in traditional business subjects excluding economics courses.
For more information on the common prerequisites, College of Business Core courses, Economics Core courses, and lower division electives, please visit the B.A. in Economics entry in the online UWF Course Catalog. View the Academic Learning Compact (PDF) to see the Student Learning Outcomes for the Economics undergraduate degree program organized under five domains: Content, Critical Thinking, Communication, Integrity / Values, and Project Management.
For additional information about the Economics undergraduate degree, or to schedule an appointment to speak to an advisor in the Department of Marketing and Economics, please feel free to contact us by email, or by phone (850.474.2652). To be better prepared to speak with the advisor, please print out and review the degree plan in which you are interested in pursuing. Degree plans may be located at the top of this page.