The Economics Department offers undergraduate and graduate programs to prepare students for careers in business and government.
The Economics Department offers two majors and four minors at the undergraduate level. The major programs prepare students for careers in business and government, as well as for graduate study. The minor programs introduce students from other disciplines to important topics in economics. Exceptional students majoring in economics are invited to apply to the honors program.
Additional information is available in the course catalog.
General Economics (BS)
The General Economics program provides a broad liberal arts education with emphasis in social science. It leads to a B.S. degree.
Economics with a Business Economics Concentration (BBA/BS)
The Economics with a Business Economics Concentration program has the same diverse foundation in core business principles as other majors in the College, but also integrates economics courses. It leads to a B.B.A. or B.S. degree.
The Honors in the Major Program gives exceptional students the opportunity to achieve academic excellence beyond the level of standard course work by completing honors-level enrichment in Economics. Students must submit an Honors Program Application and be accepted to participate.
Economics Minor for Non-Business Majors
International Economics Minor for Non-Business Majors
Economics Minor for Business Majors
Economics Minor for Secondary Social Science Education Majors
Master of Science in Economics (MS)
The Master of Science in Economics prepares students for advanced careers and graduate study in economics. Masters candidates can concentrate in one of the following four areas:
Econometrics and Data Analytics