Degree Levels Offered for Economics

Sample Free Open
Economics Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
000 full-course Development Economics N/A NA Marginal Revolution University
This course explores the history and theory behind economic growth of developing nations.
032 mixed 32 Economic Demography 2009-03-01 Spring 2009 Ronald Lee University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course discusses the economic consequences of immigration to the U.S., if industrial nations are able to afford health and pension costs of the aging populations, and more. It is also available in video.
006 full-course 6 Economics Term Definitions N/A N/A Memrise
A review of economics term definitions covered on the IB Economics exam.
000 full-course Introduction to Macroeconomics 2010-03-01 Spring 2010 John Gathergood University of Nottingham
This course is a module framework on modern macroeconomic analysis, from expansions and contractions, to employment, wages, and inflation.
001 full-course 1 Introduction to Microeconomics 2011-03-01 Spring 2011 Eric Jamelske University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Examines and analyzes how economic issues, pricing decisions, and efficiency affect contemporary markets.
015 full-course 15 Introduction to Microeconomics 2006-03-01 Spring 2006 Tyler Bowles Utah State University
With this course, you can gain an understanding of the economics of the marketplace, focusing on the microeconomic principles in competitive and imperfectly competitive markets.
000 full-course Introduction to Microeconomics N/A 2009 Wyn Morgan University of Nottingham
This is a module framework that is a complete introduction to microeconomic theory, no prior knowledge necessary.
027 audio 27 Law and Economics I 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Robert Cooter University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley)
The application of microeconomic theory to the analysis of legal rules and procedures is covered in this class.
025 full-course 25 Mathematical Economics N/A N/A Ross Starr University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
This course teaches students about mathematical economics, or the application of mathematical methods used to represent theories and analyze problems in economics.
010 full-course 10 Principles of Macroeconomics N/A N/A Saylor
The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of economics on a larger scale.

Accredited Online Economics Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Northwestern Oklahoma State University Yes 73% 89% 37%
Sioux Falls Seminary Yes 100% N/A N/A
Gonzaga University Yes N/A 95% 80%
Hodges University Yes 71% 99% 20%
Everest College-Ontario Metro Yes 100% 98% 77%
Argosy University-Twin Cities Yes N/A 98% 43%
Chancellor University Yes 100% 100% 4%
Bryant & Stratton College-Richmond Yes 100% 100% 30%
University of Phoenix-Memphis Campus Yes N/A 95% 16%
Arapahoe Community College Yes 100% 76% 19%
University of New England Yes 86% 100% 58%
Ithaca College Yes 68% 92% 74%
University of South Carolina-Columbia Yes 63% 92% 72%
University of Phoenix-West Florida Campus Yes 100% 91% 18%
Independence University Yes 100% 100% 26%
SUNY College at Cortland Yes 41% 82% 67%
Arizona Western College Yes 100% 87% 17%
University of Southern Maine Yes 80% 88% 30%
Jefferson Community College Yes 100% 84% 27%
University of Phoenix-Maryland Campus Yes N/A 78% 15%

Economics at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Economics

    • 27,207 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Economics
      • 70% Male
        Students
      • 30% Female
        Students
    • 2,745 Master's Degrees in
      Economics
      • 63% Male
        Students
      • 37% Female
        Students
    • 964 Doctoral Degrees in
      Economics
      • 66% Male
        Students
      • 34% Female
        Students

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