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Do you excel at math and puzzles? Do you want to use those skills to make a real difference in the workings of businesses or government, or even individuals’ lives? If so, Anne Arundel Community College’s Economics program might be for you. You’ll be taught by supportive faculty who are devoted to teaching and the discipline of economics –all of whom also hold the highest degree in their field. Our first-class program is comparable to that of many four-year institutions—at a fraction of the cost. You’ll be well-prepared to transfer to a quality college or university when you’re finished, having saved thousands of dollars in college expenses for your first two years. Now that’s just good math.


Transfer Degree

If you're interested in earning a four-year degree and want to study this subject, Transfer Studies may be your solution. This distinctive degree is designed to let you choose an area of concentration (or major), while completing your state of Maryland general education requirements.

Transfer Studies, A.A.

The Transfer Studies, A.A. allows you to explore different subjects or concentrate on a specific course plan that will best meet your in-state (and even some out-of-state) transfer goals. This option is particularly good if you are undecided in your ultimate career direction, not sure where you'd like to eventually transfer or just looking to complete general education requirements while "testing the waters" of a particular major. No matter what brings you to Transfer Studies, the result is a well-rounded associate degree preparing you for further studies and successful career. 

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What can you do with a certificate or degree in Economics?

Our graduates go on to complete their bachelor’s degree at four-year institutions, and then on to a number of different rewarding careers in the business world. Some later return to school to earn their master’s or doctoral degrees. For outlook information about specific careers, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook (sponsored by the Bureau of Labor Statistics), and check out AACC’s Career Coach to discover the perfect career for you.


Related Studies

If Economics sounds appealing, but you’d like to compare it to other offerings, see if one of these is a better fit.