Courses in Business Economics

A course is a focused period of study in which a student follows a prescribed schedule typically including assigned reading, research, tests and class attendance. Upon completion of specific courses, the student may earn a diploma or certificate. What is a course in business economics? Business is constantly evolving, and its economic position makes it an important subject to understand. Scholars… Read more

A course is a focused period of study in which a student follows a prescribed schedule typically including assigned reading, research, tests and class attendance. Upon completion of specific courses, the student may earn a diploma or certificate.

What is a course in business economics? Business is constantly evolving, and its economic position makes it an important subject to understand. Scholars who want to become familiar with the intersection of business financials and their greater economic impact can do so by taking this course. Principles of macroeconomics and microeconomic will generally be covered, and the course may end with students’ completion of a capstone project, such as an internship or the composition of a course thesis.

A course in business economics develops students’ awareness of business and economic structures. This, as well as the practical training it provides for operating in such structures, benefits student goals and careers.

The cost of a course in business economics depends on the institution you enroll at and the tuition rates charged. If you would like more information and an accurate estimate, you should contact the admissions office.

Students who take a course in business economics may earn a certificate or degree in a related subject if they continue their studies. With this or a diploma, you can pursue positions in a range of fields. A business-related degree best equips you for positions in corporate environments, though, with an emphasis on economics, you may work as a strategist or advisor. If you would rather strike out on your own, you may use your expertise to develop your career as an entrepreneur, too.

There are plenty of reasons this is a great choice for students, and a course in business economics may even be available to take online. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
Barcelona, Spain

The Barcelona GSE Intensive Course on the Competitive Effects of Mergers will provide participants (whether lawyers or economists, working for firms or in agencies) with a tho ... +

The Barcelona GSE Intensive Course on the Competitive Effects of Mergers will provide participants (whether lawyers or economists, working for firms or in agencies) with a thorough understanding of the crucial role of competition enforcement in merger control, by looking at established and new economic theories on mergers, the relevant empirical methods, as well as providing insightful discussions on recent high-profile merger cases in Europe and the US. -
Courses
Part-time
3 days
English
Campus
 
Harvard Business School Online
Cambridge, USA

The Credential of Readiness (CORe) is our primer on the fundamentals of business thinking—a three-course online program designed to prepare you to participate fully in the bus ... +

The Credential of Readiness (CORe) is our primer on the fundamentals of business thinking—a three-course online program designed to prepare you to participate fully in the business world. CORe was developed by HBS faculty members to instill a deep understanding of essential business concepts and problem-solving skills. Mastering the three CORe courses—Business Analytics, Economics for Managers, and Financial Accounting—will give you fluency in the language of business. -
Courses
Part-time
10 - 17 weeks
English
20 May 2020
12 May 2020
Online
 
IES Abroad
Shanghai, China

Shanghai is an economic and cultural hub of more than 24 million people. You will learn and communicate in Mandarin and English while studying the diversity and impact that in ... +

Shanghai is an economic and cultural hub of more than 24 million people. You will learn and communicate in Mandarin and English while studying the diversity and impact that international influences from all over the globe have on Chinese culture. Witness how globalization affects Shanghai and develop a greater understanding of how China’s influence is increasingly affecting the world. -
Courses
Full-time
English, Chinese
Campus
 

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