Economics is a social science that seeks to understand human behavior by analyzing how changes in incentives affect the choices individuals and groups of individuals make. Marymount’s B.S. in Economics uses this economic framework to understand a broad range of diverse issues including business operations, environmental policy issues, poverty, law, financial institutions, and international trade. Additionally, the B.S. in Economics teaches students in rigorous quantitative, statistical, econometric, and computational skills. The B.S. is an ideal choice for students interested in careers in data science or interested in pursuing graduate education in Economics.
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