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About The Program

Welcome to the Department of Economics, Finance, and Marketing, part of the College of Business at Tennessee Technological University. Our goal is to provide our students with an innovative learning experience and teach them the analytical and critical thinking skills that are necessary to succeed in today’s competitive environment. We offer B.S.B.A degrees in all three disciplines (Economics, Finance, and Marketing).

During the first two years, students take several core classes that build the foundation of their training, and in the last two years students immerse themselves in classes that allow them to specialize in the field of their choice. These classes are taught on the beautiful Tennessee Tech campus and online. Our graduates have had successful careers in industry, government, and academia. Some of the companies our graduates have worked for are: Fidelity Investments, Bank of America Private Bank, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, First National Bank of Tennessee, Pepsico, Xerox, and IBM.

Please stop by Johnson Hall 216 if you would like to know more about our programs and the opportunities we offer to students who want to pursue a degree in Economics, Finance, or Marketing.

Dr. Wesley Pech, Department Chair

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Electives Spotlight

  • Sports Economics
  • Labor Economics
  • Game Theory
  • Regional Economics
  • Environmental Economics

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Robert Alley
Meral Anitsal
Brittany Cole
Ferdinand DiFurio
Alma Hales
Steven Isbell
Mark Melichar
Yolunda Nabors
Mary Pashley
Wesley Pech
Julie Pharr
Angie Wells
Kenneth Wiant

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