Economics

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Economics

A.A.S, (TTP)

Expected Hours for A.A.S, (TTP) Degree

60

What is Economics, General Transfer Emphasis?

The Economics emphasis is designed to prepare students for transfer to a bachelor’s degree granting institution.  This program prepares students for more advanced study in a pathway through which students can pursue careers in business and government.

What will I learn?

All students who complete a degree will be able to do the following:

  1.    Communicate effectively through oral and written modes, using conventions appropriate to their audience and      purpose, including critical listening, reading, and research skills.
  2.    Evaluate the significance of humanity’s cultural heritage and diversity and its development in a historical                  and/or global context through critical and analytical methodologies.
  3.    Connect knowledge of social and cultural institutions to issues of personal or public   importance.
  4.    Analyze historical and contemporary issues by drawing on historical contexts.
  5.    Demonstrate a broad understanding of scientific principles and concepts.
  6.    Apply relevant mathematical modeling to a variety of applied or theoretical problems.

In addition, students studying economics will learn both national level accounting information as well as firm level resource management. National level accounting includes issues relating to the banking system, inflation and government  policy decisions. Firm level resource management includes information regarding all elements of how firms compete efficiently.

What is the cost?

  • State residents: $152 per credit hour
  • Out-of-State residents: $475 per credit hour
  • Registration fees vary but are applied to your tuition costs for summary. You can check the updated page for fees, tuition, and expenses.

What are my options to pay for this degree?

  • Apply for financial aid at www.FAFSA.gov
  • A student is encouraged to apply early for financial aid. He/she must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the FAFSA Renewal Application as soon as possible after October 1 to ensure that the Financial Aid Office receives the Institutional Student Information Record and other documents prior to the priority deadline. July 1st is the priority deadline for applying for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.

Program Schedule


Fall Semester

ECON 2010

Macroeconomics

3

ENGL 1010

English

3

GEN 1010

First Year Seminar

3

Math 1530

Algebra

3

HUM 2230

Ethics

3


Fall Semester Milestones

  • Complete any learning support required in order to register for ACCT 1010
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  • FINANCIAL AID ALERT-If you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is July 1. Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

ECON 2020

Microeconomics

3

ENGL 1020

English Comp II

3

INFS 1010

Computer Applications

3

MATH 1630

Finite MAthematics

3

SPCH 1010

Speech

3


Spring Semester Milestones

  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

If this is your first term of enrollment and you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is December 1.


  • Work with your advisor to discuss Fall registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Fall Semester

ACCT 1010

Principles of Accounting

3

Math 1830

Algebra

3

ASTR 1010

Astronomy I

4

HIST 1110 or HIST 2010

World Civilization I or American History I

3

ARTH 2020 Or MUS 1030

Art History or Music Appreciation

3


Fall Semester Milestones

  • Successful completion of ACCT 1010 required for progression to ACCT 1020.
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  • CONGRATULATIONS-Upon completion of BUSN 1300, you now have an
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  • FINANCIAL ALERT-If you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is July 1. Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

ACCT 1020

Principles of Accounting II

3

SLE 2410

Service Learning

3

ASTR 1020

Astronomy II

4

HIST 1120 of HIST 2020

World Civilization II or AMerican History II

3

CPE 1010

Internship

1

Subtotal

60


Spring Semester Milestones

  • Congratulations!  After you complete this semester’s courses and maintain an overall 2.0 GPA, you will be a Cleveland State graduate.
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  • Apply to graduate by completing the online Intent to Graduate form under the Graduation Tab within Registration Tools & Forms on CougarNet.
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  • Complete program test and exit exam in the Testing Center. Schedule to take your exams by going to mycs.cc/testing.

FINANCIAL ALERT-Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

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