Martire Business & Communications Center
5401 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825
Make an Impact by Combining Economic Theory with Business Applications
Acquire the analytical and problem-solving skills you need to investigate and evaluate global economic trends and business decisions.
Earn your degree in Business Economics at Sacred Heart University
Students can pursue study through either a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics or a Minor in Business Economics.
Choose the career path that fits your skills and interests.
Students who earn a degree or certificate in Business Economics can pursue a variety of career paths:
- Business leader
- Government official
- Business analyst
- Business forecaster
- Financial analyst
- Investment analyst
Pursue your passion. Learn more about Sacred Heart’s Business Economics programs today.
SHU Recognized by Colleges of Distinction for Academic Excellence
June 14, 2017
Sacred Heart University has yet again been recognized by the higher education organization Colleges of Distinction for its academic excellence. Colleges of Distinction’s mission is to help parents and students find the right colleges by producing a guidebook with the necessary information on the finest colleges and universities. The organization most recently awarded SHU with badges for its first-rate business, education and nursing programs.
Business Students Provide a Mixed Economic Forecast for Connecticut
May 12, 2017
FAIRFIELD, Conn.—If you were to summarize the near future of Connecticut’s economy the way you would offer a weather forecast, the prediction might be bright with partial clouds and dependent upon how the system from the southwest tracks. That was the take-away when economics students at Sacred Heart University recently presented their Connecticut Economic Outlook for 2017-2019.
Sacred Heart University Hosts Visitors from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
April 27, 2017
FAIRFIELD, Conn.—A team from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, toured Sacred Heart University last week and signed a formal agreement of partnership between the two universities. The day’s agenda included a presentation in the Martire Forum about “Monetary Policy in an Emerging Country,” given by Atiur Rahman, former governor of Bangladesh Bank (the central bank of Bangladesh, BB) and now a professor in the University of Dhaka’s Department of Development Studies.