DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS & LEGAL STUDIES

Economics (BSBA)
Economics (Minor)
Legal Studies (Minor)

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Department of Economics and Legal Studies

The Department of Economics and Legal Studies offers a concentration in economics leading to Bachelors of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree. The economics concentration provides a strong foundation in the theory of the discipline and numerous applications to global economic activity. A minor in economics is available to any student at Robert Morris Univeristy. Study in economics is excellent preparation for careers in business, industry, banking and government, graduate work in economics and social sciences, and advanced professional education in law, journalism and business.

Courses in legal studies are offered to support all students in the School of Business. Basic concepts in legal studies are incorporated in all concentrations in the School of Business. Advanced courses in the discipline are offered, and a minor in legal studies is available to students in any degree area. The legal studies minor is a nice complement to any concentration for the BSBA degree.

A student chapter of Phi Beta Lamba and the Pre-Law Society, another student organization, are supported from within the department.

Pre-Law Advisory Program

The Pre-Law Advisory Program is a University-wide counseling program that offers to all RMU students individual counseling regarding law school application process and information regarding the law as a career.
 
The Coordinator of the Robert Morris University Pre-Law Advisory Program is Louis B. Swartz, J.D., a faculty member of the Department of Economics and Legal Studies.