B.S. in economics

As an economics major, you’ll gain an understanding of markets, analyze public policy topics and apply problem-solving skills to current events. From our gateway course to our capstone programs and all stops in between, you’ll build networking connections, become an active listener and develop the analytical and communication skills valued by employers.


Our curriculum focuses on quantitative and data analysis skills, with an eye on applying these skills to business, public policy and socioeconomic issues. We also help you build and refine your communication skills, preparing you to present your work professionally with confidence.

Program and degree requirements

Career opportunities

  • Alumni employers include:
    • Banks
    • Business consulting firms
    • Local and federal government
    • Federal Reserve Bank
    • Public policy organizations
  • Careers in the field:
    • Economic analysts
    • Public policy analysts
    • Financial analysts
    • Data analysts
    • Research associates
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  • I’ve always felt that I need to contribute to making the country a better place. Economics seemed like the right choice to do that.
    Muhemmed Salman
    B.S. in economics, 2016