Careers in Business Economics
The study of business economics is diverse and analytical. The discipline of economics coupled with a foundation in business provides a solid background for many career paths. Whether you pursue an advanced degree in business, law, or economics, or combine the major with another to prepare you for a different career path, you’ll have an understanding of how business, industries, governments, and countries interrelate to prepare you for an entry level position as a business analyst, financial analyst, market researcher, or public policy researcher. With an advanced degree, you would be prepared to become an economist.
Senior Corporate Associate at PNC
Issa graduated from the Ohio University College of Business in 2007 with a dual degree in Business Economics and Finance. During his time at the College, Issa was able to intern with Bayer Pharmaceuticals as a legislative intern, participated in various community volunteer programs, and was a member of the Academic All-MAC Team.
Since graduating in 2011, Issa has been working at PNC in Cleveland, Ohio in roles of increasing responsibility. Today he is a senior corporate banking associate working with clients to provide flexible and creative financing solutions designed to meet their short and long-term capital needs.