Business Economics

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Martire Business & Communications Center
5401 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825

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Khawaja Mamun, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Martire Center W330
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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
  • Banker
  • Business analyst
  • Business forecaster
  • Financial analyst
  • Investment analyst

Pursue your passion. Learn more about Sacred Heart’s Business Economics programs today.

Latest News

Reversed Migration Trends and Local Labor Markets

October 2, 2018

The Welch College of Business Research Seminar will feature Sarah Pearlman, associate professor of economics at Vassar College, on Tuesday, October 30, at 2 p.m. in W238 at the Martire Center, 5401 Park Avenue, Fairfield. She will present her research, “Reversed Migration Trends and Local Labor Markets.” This event is free and open to the public.

Sacred Heart Partners with Japan University of Economics

September 20, 2018

Sacred Heart University has secured another important overseas partnership, this time with Japan University of Economics (JUE). Officials from both universities—including each president, John J. Petillo and Asuka Tsuzuki—recently gathered on campus to sign a memorandum of understanding.

Annual Sacred Heart Student Analysis Finds State at a Crossroads

May 15, 2018

Connecticut stands at a critical economic crossroads, and decisions made in the next two years may have serious repercussions for years to come, according to research released recently at Sacred Heart University. Students in the Jack Welch College of Business presented the annual Connecticut Economic Outlook in the Forum at the Frank and Marisa Martire Business & Communications Center, assessing the state’s macroeconomic indicators, such as state growth, unemployment and business investment.