The Albers School of Business and Economics offers a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. After completing core foundation courses, students then focus by choosing an Economics Major. Students within the major my select a specialization in International Economic Development.
General Program Requirements
A minimum of 180 credits is required for a bachelor degree in business or economics, including 80 hours of non-business courses. The pass/fail option may not be applied to courses in the economics foundation, university core, or economics major. Internship and independent study must be graded CR/F and may not be used to satisfy a required course or major elective.
Students transferring courses from another institution and pursuing a degree in economics (BAE) must normally earn 30 credits of upper-division economics at Seattle University.
A maximum of 15 credits taken by an undergraduate non-matriculated student may be applied toward a baccalaureate degree in the Albers School of Business and Economics.