The Department of Economics offers the Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Bachelor of Science Business Administration degrees in economics and real estate. Undergraduate studies in economics prepare students for jobs in businesses, financial firms, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations and for advanced degrees in business, economics, law, public administration, and other social sciences. The economics major also complements learning in other areas of business and the liberal arts.


The Department of Economics offers a Master of Arts in Economics, a Master of Science in Applied Economics and Data Intelligence and a dual Master of Science in Mathematics and Master of Arts in Economics. Master’s students in economics develop and hone their problem-solving abilities and presentation and writing skills by communicating the results of economic analyses. Graduates are attractive candidates for government agencies, economic research firms, marketing research firms, corporate analysis and financial departments, and consulting firms.