Faculty as Experts and Mentors
Our faculty are distinguished experts who have either international experience or a background in business and government. They also advise local, state and federal governments, international organizations, law offices, banks and other businesses.
National Leader in Economic and Financial Education
The National Center for Research in Economic Education provides a unique opportunity for you to specialize in economic education in an academic department.
Focus and Range
Dive deep into your economics major while taking a wide variety of courses that prepare you for your career goals. This major’s courses represent 12 areas of economics including: economic theory, comparative international and regional development, econometrics, economic education, economic history, industrial and organization and regulation, quantitative economics, international trade and finance, institutional economics, labor economics, monetary economics and public finance.