The college will be closed April 2nd for in-service and April 3rd for the observance of Good Friday.
Economics is about more than money.
It’s really about all the resources nations employ to create goods and services, jobs and prosperity. The Associate’s degree program at Butler covers both macroeconomic and microeconomic perspectives. At the macroeconomic level, you’ll learn about public policies and regulations as well as private sector business models and market dynamics that influence the national economy. Courses in microeconomics will give you the practical knowledge you need to participate more effectively in the economy as a consumer, worker, entrepreneur and citizen.