These are programs in other disciplines that rely on some of Econ’s foundational classes, like ECON 101, ECON 102, ECON 121, ECON 311, etc…
The M.B.A. preparatory studies program is available to students in any major who plan to pursue an M.B.A. after graduation from UMBC. This curriculum is designed to meet the coursework requirements for entry into the M.B.A. program at many graduate business schools; in particular, the Robert H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland, College Park. Completion of this curriculum, however, does not guarantee entry into any graduate business program. Students should note that most business graduate schools require the GMAT, and many will not consider a grade below ‘B’; in assessing entry requirements. Increasingly, business schools are requiring business work experience before admittance into a master’s program.
For more details, follow this link to UMBC’s Department of Information Systems: here
The undergraduate programs of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics offer an area of specialization in Actuarial Science as an option. This specialization can be completed with a major in Statistics, Mathematics, or Economics, and may be combined with a minor in one of those fields or Computer Science. The PDF files below provide coursework suggestions, and the webpages linked below contain useful information about the field of Actuarial Science. Talk to your advisor for more details.
For more details, follow this link: https://mathstat.umbc.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/152/2021/10/Actuarial-plan-with-Econ.pdf