Do you read the financial or business section of a newspaper or news Web site? Are you interested in what the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board has to say? And, unlike any of your friends, you actually know his name. Then you'd probably be interested in our economics major.
In our program, you'll analyze and study basic principles. You'll review economic policy decisions and their effects. But you can also get involved - really involved. Join our Business Club. Compete in the AT&T Stock Challenge. Work on research with your professors.
With your economics degree, you'll be able to find a good job. Our economics graduates are working at American Express, at banks and financial institutions, and at chambers of commerce in large cities. Or, you can go on to graduate school and study law, business administration, or political science.
Read about a 2008 alumnus who passed the Chartered Financial Analyst Exam.
Dr. Shailendra Gajanan, associate professor of economics, conducted a study to see how the area would benefit from a trade corridor between Toronto and Miami.
What you can do with a degree in Economics. Suggested 4-year plan of study.
Course Requirements in the Major
Applied EconomicsSelect Two Courses
Sectoral EconomicsSelect Three Courses
Choose four from the following list of elective courses (12 credits):
Total Credits for Major: 52-53
Dr. Shailendra Gajanan
Professor of Economics and Chair of the Division of Management and Education
117B Swarts Hall
Dr. Gautam Mukerjee
Director of Economics Program, Associate Professor of Economics
117C Swarts Hall
These are just some of the positions our recent graduates have.
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