The Honors Specialization in Economics is a concentration that students who are perusing their honors degree in Economics and Finance. Students receive a broad liberal arts education followed by a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of economic and statistical theory, as well as the opportunity to explore a number of options in the beginning years. They go on to explore a more specialized curriculum designed to bring students closer to the leading edge of current understanding in economics, finance, or financial economics. The class sizes are small and interactive, and the close-knit community at King’s enables faculty and students to establish strong and long-lasting mentorship-style relationships.
The Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies programs are few of the most highly coveted programs at King’s. Students who wish to study business enroll in one of the Management and Organizational Studies (MOS) programs. The growing popularity of these programs is due to the unique and collaborative structure adopted by the department of Economics, Business and Mathematics that allows us to provide a social science based, multidisciplinary approach to the study of management principles. Graduates will earn a Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies from Western University.
The Mathematics and Statistics sections are housed within the Department of Economics, Business and Mathematics. The Economics, Business, and Mathematics department is the largest at King’s, and its growing popularity is due to the unique and collaborative structure adopted by the department. Mathematics and statistics is an important part of that success, as an understanding of university mathematics and statistics is increasingly required for many careers in the modern economy. While King’s does not have any programs in mathematics, the sections are part of the larger Western University community, and as such, the students have access to the resources, courses and programs of the Department of Mathematics, the Department of Applied Mathematics, and the Department of Statistics on Western’s main campus.