Economics & Finance

@ University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu

Description

The study of economics involves analyzing the benefits and costs of alternatives, and then making the best selection using specific theories and methods. UH West O?ahu offers the theoretical courses of microeconomics and macroeconomics and a variety of upper division courses focused on a student?s interest and career objectives.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences with a concentration in Economics & Finance will have a strong knowledge of economic theory, an understanding of the economic and financial issues around the world, and the critical thinking skills to deal with those issues. Courses are offered through in-class and distance learning instruction.

Credentials Available

BA - Bachelor of Arts Degree

Cost of Program

$300 per credit hour (2016-2017), plus $120 in student fees   –   "Do I have to pay this?"

Program Duration

Total Weeks

120.0

Total Hours

120.0

Program Categories

"Green" program?

No

C3T program?

No

APPRENTICESHIP program?

No

"I'd like to enroll in this program — now what?"

About This Provider

University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu

Offering training in City & County of Honolulu
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Description of School

UH West O'ahu offers four-year bachelor's degrees in liberal arts, professional studies, and applied sciences as well as certificate programs designed for career success.

Accreditation and/or Licensing Agency

Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

Financial Aid Options

Federal; State; Private

Yes

This provider is accessible to people with disabilities.

No

This provider does not offer job placement services to its students.

Contact Information

Contact Person:
Loea Akiona, Career Services, Student Affairs

Address:
91-1001 Farrington Highway
Kapolei, HI 96707

Phone:
(808) 689-2676

Fax:
(808) 689-2691

Email:
loea@hawaii.edu

Website:
http://www.uhwo.hawaii.edu/

ETP Approval Dates

Last Approved On: December 6, 2013
Valid Through: June 30, 2016