Bachelor of Science in Economics

California State University, East Bay

Hayward, California, USA
Bachelor of Science in Economics
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • The BS in Economics trains students in the tools of economic analysis and exposes them to a great breadth of areas in which those tools can be used to tackle problems, including international trade and finance, labor markets, industry structure, firms’ business strategy and competition, public policy and management, the environment, health care, economic development and income inequality, corporate governance and entrepreneurship, money markets and Federal Reserve policy, and law
  • The program provides rigorous analytical training and quantitative and programming skills that equip students to correctly formulate (and solve) complex problems in the preceding areas and in the daily decision-making and financial planning of their everyday lives
  • Economics students learn techniques for critically analyzing and correctly evaluating key issues in public policy, and those skills can also be applied outside the public sector (e.g., to business)
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1382405 INR
Hostel & Meals1057732 INR
Insurance136226 INR
Transportation113156 INR
Miscellaneous/Personal Expense189911 INR
Books & Supplies73460 INR
Total1570485 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Applicants who received their preparatory education outside the U.S. must have completed the equivalent of 12 years of elementary and secondary schooling with the equivalent of a “B” average or higher
  • Applicants must have passed high school with a minimum 15-unit pattern of college preparatory courses. (Each unit is equal to a year of study in a subject area.)
  • A grade of C or higher is required for each course
    • English
    • Mathematics: algebra, geometry, and intermediate algebra
    • History/Social Science
    • Laboratory Science
    • Language other than English: the same language (possible waiver)
    • Visual/Performing Arts: art, dance, drama/theater, or music; must be in the same discipline
    • Elective Courses: additional classes selected from the above subjects
  • SAT test scores are not required of international students who completed their secondary schooling outside the U.S. 
ExamsTOEFL: 61


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