Degree Options:
Associate Degree
Campus Location:
General Education & Online Learning

Program Overview

This program is ideal for students looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree as it was created to be a transfer program. Students looking to complete as many courses as possible before tranferring can complete up to 63 hours in this degree program which allows them to enter as a junior at a four-year college or university.

Graduates of this program typically move on to a four-year college or university to complete their degree.

Economists earn a wide range of salaries from $60,000- $120,000 per year, depending on field and industry entered. Job growth in the field is 13% which is faster than average job growth.

Potential careers include financial planning, marketing research, management analyst, legislative assistant, budget analyst, real estate, business or political consultant, educator and more!

Formal Articulation Agreements

University of Georgia – The Consumer Economics major at the University prepares students to understand how consumers make choices in their daily lives. Students learn how fraud and deception, products of varying quality, and inadequate information affect consumer decisions.

Featured Courses

SPCH 1101- Public Speaking ACCT 1100- Financial Accounting 1 HACE 2100- Family Economic Issues Through the Life Course

Additional Details
Online Class Options:
Partially Online
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Program Contact

Carrie Fowler

Program Chair

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Consumer Economics