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You’ll learn basic principles of economics and how organizations apply them to finite resources, like cash, time and labor. Then you’ll study how companies manage their money. As an Economics-Finance major, you’ll be exposed to everything from commercial and investment banking to mortgage markets and accounting. Many Economics-Finance alumni work in banks or government roles; others continue their studies through graduate work in business, law and related fields.

An accelerated BS/MS program is available to select, high-performing students in this major. If you’re accepted, you can earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in four years of study.

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Explore our Economics-Finance Degree

Learning new ways to learn

Bentley’s Honors Program taught Amanda Pine ’17 new ways to learn. A senior Economics-Finance major (with minors in Law and Management) from Suffield, Connecticut, Amanda says the Honors Program’s academic challenge pushed her to discover better ways to manage her time and work as part of a team.

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Making an investment in her future

Alexandria Steinmann ’18 has been passionate about investments since high school, when her financial planner uncle opened a Roth IRA for her. Thanks to Bentley’s four-year career plan and lessons she learned in her finance and accounting courses, she was able to parlay an internship at Credit Suisse into a full-time job after graduation.

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Connect with Bentley Economics-Finance Faculty

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What I am learning is meaningful and impactful. My professors guide us to connect everything we do to the real world and what’s going on right now.
Stephanie Robinson
Class of 2019

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