International students who want to both study English and take courses toward an undergraduate degree can enroll in an undergraduate pathway program. Students will typically find pathway programs through an affiliate school of a U.S. college or university. When the program is completed, scholars are typically given “conditional acceptance” to the U.S. school to complete their degree.
What is an undergraduate pathway in economics? Those interested in pursuing a degree in economics will learn how various entities, from individuals and households to businesses and governments, manage resources. These resources go beyond money and can include manufactured goods and unemployment rates. To conduct an analysis of these markets, coursework focuses on applied mathematics, such as statistics and labor economics. The history of economic systems and economic theories are also emphasized.
Students often graduate with a defined set of skills necessary for success in the field of economics. Economists programs also commonly impart strong problem-solving skills so students can provide informed recommendations. Learners also gain analytical skills to better understand the data they uncover. Moreover, communication is a learned skill, since economists are called on to explain complex ideas.
It takes about a year to complete an undergraduate pathway program. Whether the student attends full- or part-time could change that timeline. Tuition depends on the school, where it is located, and if it is private or public. Compare schools and prices to find the most appropriate.
Professional opportunities abound for skilled economists. Many can find jobs as economic advisors in both the private and public sector, helping banks and other financial institutions plan for future growth or advising governmental leaders on how best to steer economic policy. Some graduates may choose to become accountants, making sure companies remain on budget and spend wisely. Others may decide to work in a company’s compensation and benefits department, analyzing how employees are paid for the work they do.
Anyone interested in an undergraduate pathway in economics will find opportunity at affiliate schools around the world, as well as online. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
An advanced, one-year programme of study, enabling you to enter the second year of an undergraduate degree in business, finance and economics related subjects at the Univ
An advanced programme offering direct entry to Year 2 of a business or economics degree at UEA.
Why apply for the International Year One programme?
A route to Year 2 of an undergraduate degree at UEA (subject to meeting the specified entry requirements).
You are a student of the University from day one, on a quality-assured, UEA-validated programme.
Professional help and support with your application to university.
Course options available
International Year One (3 terms) - this is the standard option, suitable for most students
Extended International Year One (4 terms) - this option incorporates an additional term of intensive English language tuition at the beginning of the course, and English language entry requirements are lower
Where will this programme take me?
University of New Hampshire Global Student Success Program
The highly regarded undergraduate programs at the Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics prepare students for careers in Business, Economics and Hospitality Ma
The highly regarded undergraduate programs at the Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics prepare students for careers in Business, Economics and Hospitality Management. The UNH Global Student Success Program offers courses equivalent to the 1st year of a bachelor's degree at UNH.
University of New Hampshire student from day one
No SAT or ACT required for admission
Receive academic credits toward your UNH degree
Small class sizes and additional student support provided
Degree program components
Undergraduate GSSP: 3 semesters
Undergraduate GSSP: 2 semesters
Entrance requirements: Program information
Refer to Academic and English entrance requirements (www.unhglobal.com/admissions-requirements)