Develop your critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills. Learn the skills needed to understand changing economic conditions, what drives institutional change and how consumer behavior may change over time. The curriculum allows for you to pursue a broad set of interests ranging from international trade, public finance, environment, health, labor, monetary policy and development economics.
International Economics (BA)
Develop the skills needed to understand how changing global conditions affect business and policy. Bolstered by additional mathematics courses and a semester-long study abroad experience, you will be uniquely prepared for a career that requires a true international perspective.
Economic Consulting (BSBA)
Develop the ability to apply microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics to problems of business decision making. The major combines foundational knowledge of business with a rigorous set of economics courses focused on developing the research skills used in today’s economic consulting industry.