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
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.
Connecticut Economic Outlook for 2019-2020: A Student Perspective
March 14, 2019
"Connecticut Economic Outlook for 2019-2020: A Student Perspective" will take place on Wednesday, April 24, at 5 p.m. in the Martire Forum at 5401 Park Avenue, Fairfield. Jack Welch College of Business students will present a detailed study of the Connecticut economy and forecasts of state macroeconomic indicators such as state growth, unemployment and business investment.
WCOB Research Seminar: An Intertemporal Model of Growing Awareness
February 20, 2019
The Welch College of Business Research Seminar will feature Marie-Louise Vierø, associate professor of economics at Queen’s University, on Tuesday, March 19, at 2 p.m. in W310 at the Martire Center, 5401 Park Avenue, Fairfield. She will present her research, “An Intertemporal Model of Growing Awareness.” This event is free and open to the public.
Sacred Heart Students Take on the Fed's College Challenge
December 21, 2018
Sacred Heart University students recently competed in a challenge put on by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York that is known nationwide as the College Fed Challenge. The competition provides an opportunity for college students to demonstrate their understanding of macroeconomics, monetary policy and the Fed's role. The New York Fed calls students' participation their "most important achievement."