Economics is the science that studies the interactions of human behavior, sociology, finance and business at the micro and macro-scale. Students completing a degree in this field will have an introductory foundation for the field of Economics through the study of scarcity, comparative advantage, markets, cost theory, monetary system and economic growth. Students will acquire skills and abilities in numeracy, analysis, problem-solving, and both verbal and written communication.
Career opportunities with a baccalaureate degree may include jobs in business, law, medicine, government, non-profits, international relations, and education.
Transfer requirements in Economics are available in the Counseling Department. In all cases, students should consult with a counselor for specific transfer requirements.
Economics Faculty Contact
Christian Anderson | email@example.com
Lucy Malakar | firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Sciences Division Chair
Marla Prochnow | (559) 730-3723 | email@example.com
Catherine Medrano | (559) 730-3950 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean of Business, Social Science, and Consumer Family Studies
Jesse Wilcoxson, Ed.D. | (559) 737-6281 | email@example.com
Kern: 716 | Visalia Campus
For a complete list of courses and descriptions visit: COURSES