The economics undergraduate program is designed for students who wish to gain a thorough understanding of both empirical and theoretical approaches to economics. Emphasis is on economic principles applied to resolving interpersonal conflicts of interest and coordinating productive activity in a world of scarce resources. Business Economics is a major for students seeking a business orientation in their study of economics. It offers a tightly focused curriculum that is guided by the rigorous logic and integrative perspective of economics. The Business Economics major does not replicated the traditional undergraduate business school curriculum. In the last two years, most courses are in statistical analysis, finance, management and business. Below are some examples of the lower division courses required for the major. 

UC Los Angeles
This major is highly selective; all preparatory
courses should be completed by the spring prior to
transferring. The calculus course requirements
should be met as early as possible. After transfer
to UCLA, students may not change their major to
Business Economics if they were originally admitted
to a major outside the Department of Economics.

NOTE : The Business Economics major does not
replicate the traditional undergraduate business
school curriculum.
ECON 101,  102
ENGL 102 or 104
MATH 103 , 104
ACCT 101, 102 

UC Irvine
Transfer applicants with the highest grades overall
who satisfactorily complete course prerequisites will
be given preference for admission.
ECON 101, 102
CS/IS 135 and 139
MATH 103 and 104, 105 and 107
Two introductory social science courses
in disciplines other than economics
ANTHRO 101, 102, 103, 105
GEOG 101, 102, 103, 106
LING 101
PSYCH 101
SOC S 131 and 132
SOC 101

University of Southern California
International Relations - Global Economy
Requires a third semester of a foreign language
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112 or 103

UC Riverside
ACCTG 101,
ECON 101, 102
MATH 103 and 104 

UC Santa Barbara
B.A Economics and Accounting
Admission selection information:
Transfer students who wish to declare the
Economics and Accounting major should
complete the following four courses with
a 2.75 grade-point average.
ACCTG 101, 102
ECON 101, 102
MATH 103 and 104, or 112
MATH 136

CSU Los Angeles
Business Administration
ENGL 104 - University Requirement
ACCTG 101, 102
CS/IS 101
ECON 101, 102
MATH 136
BUSAD 120

CSU Long Beach
Impacted Major
Economics - Business Economics

ACCTG 101 and 102
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112 or 103 


NOTE: AGREEMENTS CONCERNING TRANSFER ARE CONSTANTLY BEING UPDATED, THEREFORE, THE STUDENT IS CAUTIONED TO CHECK WITH A COUNSELOR OR THE TRANSFER CENTER FOR CURRENT TRANSFER INFORMATION.

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