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LIU's Library

The Libraries’ collections include more than one million items, with volumes of print material and thousands of items in extensive holdings of microforms, maps, images, musical scores, sound recordings, and videotapes.

Workshops on library resources or personal consultations on research projects can be arranged by the registrar.

International Students

There are 805 international students registered at LIU—285 undergraduates and 520 graduate students—for the current academic year.

The International Students Office provides services to meet the special needs of these students and support programs to help them fulfill their personal and academic goals.

The International Scholars Office assists Liberty International University's faculty and staff in bringing

Liberty International University

ACADEMICS - Economics

PictureProgram Description

The MBA with specialization in economics (ECO) prepares the student for a broad range of careers in business, industry, and government. Majors in economics may choose specialization courses from any of the following areas: economic analysis and policy, quantitative economics and forecasting, public sector and urban economics, international economics and development, and industrial organization and labor economics.

 

 

QuickStart and Preliminary Courses

In addition to the requirements, the following preliminary course is required.
Grades in 8000-level courses are not calculated in the grade point average.

MTH 8001 Calculus for Applications I 3 credits

Core and Breadth Courses               (33 credits)


Major Courses                                       (12 credits)

ECO 9723 Econometrics - Theory and Applications I 3 credits
ECO 9741 International Economics I 3 credits
Two additional courses approved by an economics advisor 6 credits


International Elective                            (3 credits)
Choose one international elective.


General Electives                                  (9 credits)
Choose three general electives.

Students may apply their 9 general elective credits toward additional courses in their major, courses from other functional areas that complement their major, or a second four-course major.