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University of California, Davis
Managerial Economics B.S.

Managerial Economics goes beyond the limits of traditional economics and business majors, blending a thorough grounding in economic theory with business knowledge and applications. The program provides an in-depth exposure to economics and quantitative methods, problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, and effective communication. Students specialize in at least one of four emphases:
Business Economics which focuses on analysis, finance, and management of business activities;
International Business Economics which explores the economic drivers and policy challenges in the major emerging markets; Environmental and Resource Economics which focuses on issues related to use of resources and environmental quality; Agribusiness Economics which focuses on the business aspects of producing and marketing foods and fibers.
The real-world focus of this major provides ideal preparation for transition into the business world and students will develop valuable skills and strengths that lead to promising careers in the public and private sectors. Managerial economics majors have entered careers in every area of business and industry, including: accounting, analysis, consulting, entrepreneurship financial services, and marketing. Many Managerial Economics graduates have entered advnced degree programs in business management (MBA), accounting (MPAc), and law.

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