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Economics (ECON)

Career Options & Highlights

This Folsom Lake College program studies how people and societies produce various commodities and distribute them for consumption, now or in the future. FLC’s Economics offerings include the study of the American economic system using techniques for the analysis of contemporary economic problems.

Career Options
Accountant
Arbitrator
Attorney
Budget Analyst
Business Analyst
Business Conditions
Forecaster
Commodity Economist
Commodity Price Forecaster
Development Economist
Economic Analyst
Economic Forecaster
Industrial Relations Specialist
Investment Analyst
Labor Economist
Macro Economist
Manpower Economist
Natural Resource Economist
Operations Research Analyst
Project Economist
Research Economist

Most career options require more than two years of study.

Highlights
- Knowledgeable instructors and professionals in their fields.
- Good general overview and conceptual framework of economic issues.
- Opportunity to combine with business and other related areas of study for a more comprehensive education.
- Transfer opportunities.
- A lab with tutorial assistance.


Updated 06/01/16

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