Bachelor of Arts (Economics)

BA (Economics) Structure

Sheridan College's Bachelor of Arts (Economics) program is a three-year undergraduate program for students interested in preparing for employment in the field of economics, or as a pathway towards postgraduate research in economics.

The BA (Economics) comprises 5 core Economics units and 3 elective units specific to the Economics discipline, 3 research-oriented units, 3 core Christian Studies units, and electives chosen from other academic disciplines.

Each unit is worth 3 credit points, with the exception of the Research Project with is worth 6 credit points, for a total of 72 credit points. Click here to download the Course Guide for the BA (Economics).

Units in the BA (Economics) major include:

 

Pre-Degree Preparation

 

Economics Core (5 units)

 

Economics Electives (choose 3 units)

 

Research Core (3 units)

 

Common Core (3 units)

 

General Electives (choose 9 units)