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Economics & Business

Exercise analytical and quantitative skills.

Apply economic theory to illuminate realities of business and public policy.

Economics & Business

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Business Economics Major

Students in this major often join the labor market soon after graduation and enter a variety of business careers such as accounting, finance, market research, consulting, etc.; many later pursue MBA, master of finance, master of accountancy etc.

Economics Major

For students interested in graduate study in economics or becoming professional economists; strong mathematics requirement.

Quantitative Economics Major

Strong emphasis on quantitative skill and data analytics; also qualifies as a STEM major (so international students in this major are eligible to apply for 2-year extension to their 1-year Optional Practical Training).

International Political Economics Major

For students interested in an international career such as international business, international development, or global market research; requires courses with international content from various disciplines.

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Big ideas, practical applications, and a few gentle nudges
Economics & Business News

Big ideas, practical applications, and a few gentle nudges

Beloit’s student-centric culture, broad liberal arts focus, and strategic nudges from mentors helped Karla Magana Figueroa’13 get the most out of her Beloit education. While everyone may not immediately connect a liberal arts education with a career in corporate America, she’s found it to be a perfect fit for the wide-ranging projects she’s worked on as a consultant, first for IBM, then for Ernst & Young.

Selling Out: Using creativity & empathy to reshape Fortune 500 businesses (workshop 1 of 2)

This is a workshop for Arts Channel and Business and Entrepreneurship Channel Students. The workshop is led by Aaron Bauhs, 2005, Associate Partner with IBM Consulting. Workshop 1 of 2 will teach you how to get corporations to think like humans to improve people’s lives. Workshop will be highly interactive and will solve actual challenges in real-time.


Internship helps prepare her for Career

Salma Mohammad Ali 21’ highlights Filene internship


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