University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

Economics Bachelor's Program

Undergraduate students who wish to pursue an economics degree have several options, including two concentrations of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Science in International Business, or a Bachelor of Arts.

 


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Business Economics Major

The major in Business Economics from the Sam M. Walton College of Business requires 21 hours of major and collateral courses in the discipline as well as satisfying the other requirements for the B.S.B.A. degree.

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Bachelor of Science in International Business

The Bachelor of Science in International Business degree is intended for students who wish to learn more about the international aspects of business. Students pursuing this degree may select a concentration in Economics. 

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Bachelor of Arts in Economics

Students obtaining this degree must complete University Core requirements, Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Graduation Requirements, and additional coursework.

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New & Noteworthy

Leadership Walton Application Deadline Is July 31

Leadership Walton Application Deadline Is July 31

Undergraduate business majors are encouraged to apply for membership in Leadership Walton, a professional development program offering a unique blend of academic, leadership and career development opportunities. 

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Students Attend 2017 Enactus National Competition

Students Attend 2017 Enactus National Competition

Students from the U of A attended the 2017 Enactus National Competition in Kansas City to network, brainstorm project ideas and create partnerships with students from other colleges and universities.

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Brownback Receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant for Consumer Research

Brownback Receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant for Consumer Research

Andrew P. Brownback, a Walton College assistant professor in economics, has won a $198,940 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for a study on ways to encourage people to make healthy food choices while not giving up choice.

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