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College of Business

Bachelor of Science in Economics: Managerial Economics Specialization

About our Managerial Economics Specialization 

Managerial Economics applies economic principles to solve common business problems. You will learn how managers make decisions in all aspects of business, especially in finance, marketing, accounting, supply chain and management. 

Two students getting ready to present at a business conferenceWhy specialize in Managerial Economics at CWU? 

Our Managerial Economics specialization is a dynamic degree that will prepare you for a variety of careers in the private sector of business.

It is important for business professionals to learn to effectively manage and operate a business, as well as understand their economic environment.

This is where you come in! As a student in managerial economics, you will gather, manage and analyze business data to inform and evaluate business strategies.

Program Highlights  

Where is this program offered?  


How much does this program cost? 

Find out how much this program costs through the registrar.

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Careers and Outcomes 

This program was designed primarily for students interested in entering the private sector upon graduation. Our Managerial Economics courses provide you with great preparation for graduate programs in economics, finance, accounting and business, as well as entry into law school.

  • Management Analyst
  • Operations Analyst
  • Demand Planner
  • Credit Analyst
  • Fiscal Analyst

Washington is ranked #4 as a top paying state for Management Analysts with an average annual salary of $114,730

Degree Explanation  

For information regarding admission requirements, required and elective courses, please reference the 2022-2023 Academic Catalog.

Questions? Contact us. 

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Do you just need to take a class to transfer back to your college or university? Please see our helpful instructions for taking a class as a non-degree seeking student.

CWU’s College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Only 5% of business schools globally earn the coveted designation.

For more information, reference our Accreditation information.

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