The Economics Major prepares students to identify and develop solutions for problems confronting businesses, financial firms, non-profit organizations, and government.
Classes include major topic areas such as money and banking, energy, pricing strategies, and environmental economics. The flexibility of a degree in Economics allows students to pursue and develop their knowledge and skills in areas of specific interest to them. Our students are well prepared to pursue many different career objectives over their lifetime, and remain competitive in a dynamic field. Salaries are consistently among the highest of all undergraduate major both in terms of starting and mid-career salaries. Students are prepared for graduate study in economics, law, policy analysis, financial analysis, and management.
View the requirements for an Economics major.
No more than one course from the major department will count toward any minor. A student majoring in any discipline other than Economics or Business Economics may complete a minor in Economics upon satisfactorily fulfilling the requirements.
View the requirements for an Economics minor.