The economics program offers four majors, two additional majors and two minors.
The degree programs are designed to provide students with a solid understanding of the central theories of economics, while maintaining flexibility to meet the needs of diverse interests and career paths. The major and minor degree programs are founded on mathematical rigor, quantitative sophistication and mastery of communication skills.
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Students graduating with major degrees from our program also are required to fulfill university and Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences general education requirements. Students graduating with additional and minor degrees from our program are responsible for fulfilling university and their home college general education requirements.