Labor Economics

The Labor Economics concentration deals with the supply (employees) and demand (organizations) as they relate to labor and how this interaction affects wages, employment, prices, profits and working conditions.

Campus Centers, Gilbert, Online & Parkville

Concentration – 57-69 hours


Kirby R. Brown

Dean, College of Management

Adrian James

Dr. Adrian James

Associate Dean, Robert W. Plaster School of Business
Associate Professor of Management

Mohamed Abualhaija

Associate Professor of Accounting

Professor of Economics

Dr. Stephen Bell

Professor of Economics

Robert Kao

Dr. Robert Kao

Associate Professor of Finance

Dr. Peter Soule

Professor of Economics

Shape the future

Park University’s Robert W. Plaster School of Business prepares a diverse set of learners to support free enterprise in a socially responsible manner, within a global community. The Business Administration core includes courses in accounting, economics, international business, mathematics, law, policy, marketing and management. You can then choose from one of six concentrations.


  • Actuary
  • Strategic Business Analyst
  • Statistician
  • Legislative Analyst
  • Energy Intelligence Analyst
  • Transportation Logistics
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A Park University Business education: a great return on your investment

Park University’s Robert W. Plaster School of Business is one of the largest nonprofit business and management schools in the U.S. Our mission is to provide quality, innovative, application-based learning. As a Business Administration major, you will learn principles that cross disciplines. You’ll graduate poised to generate new ideas and make them happen.

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Park University’s degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.