Our programs equip students with expertise in economic theory and its applications in a variety of fields including microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, energy, development, finance, and public policy in the US and the global economy.

Our undergraduate programs are taught by expert faculty, and prepare students to think critically and analytically while rigorously engaging economic tools and ethical principles.
  • Economics undergraduate students

    Undergraduate Programs

    We offer three undergraduate degree programs, a five-year bachelors and master program, an economic research fellowship program, and minors for business and non-business majors. Exploring different areas of economics in depth, students graduate with job-ready skills.

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  • Integral Economic Development

    Graduate Programs

     International Development: Integral Economic Development is an economic theory and methodology that is based on the acknowledgement that economic agents are fundamentally social and relational beings who make decisions and maximized as such, while embedded in complex institutional realities.

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  • Students


    Browse course schedules and descriptions for the Department of Economics.

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Global Initiatives

Engage with global business and economic issues through our international undergraduate and graduate programs, and through a wide variety of study-abroad opportunities.