BS in Business-Economics
Liberty University's Bachelor of Science in Business – Economics program will help you master the micro- and macroeconomics skills critical to understanding business. Through this specialization, you will understand the supply and demand curve and critical factors that affect the economy. Furthermore, you will develop business skills in general business, accounting, finance, and marketing, examining both the domestic and the international marketplace. Liberty will effectively prepare you to serve as a business expert in the modern business world, integrating faith with learning in a professional atmosphere.
Potential Career Options
• General Business
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||High school diploma or equivalent (GED).
|Credit Transfer Restrictions
||Only courses and degrees from regionally accredited
institutions or those accredited by other accrediting agencies
recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (e.g., SACS,
TRACS, AABC, etc.) will be evaluated for transfer credit.
Applicants must request that official transcripts be sent directly from
the Registrar(s) of the previous school(s) to the Office of
Admissions. These transcripts must be received before an admission
decision will be made.
Credit will be accepted for those courses that are equivalent to
courses offered at Liberty in which applicants have made a grade of
C or better. Transcripts are evaluated by the Registrar’s Office under
the guidelines established by the Senate Committee on Academic
and Admissions Standards.
Undergraduate credit may be allowed for courses completed at
military service schools if this credit is recommended in A Guide to
the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services
(ACE Guide). The work must also be applicable to the student’s
program of study.
Internship credit is not transferable.