The Economics Department challenges students to actively engage in contemporary issues. Students sharpen their analytical skills in courses focusing on monetary policy, finance, global poverty, health economics, environmental economics, and the emerging field of behavioral economics.
Both inside the classroom and out in the real world, students encounter plenty of possibilities to learn more about economics.Learn about research opportunities
Mark your calendars to make sure you attend our research seminar series.Read about series events
Facilitate community entrepreneurship and economic sustainability as part of this faculty-student team, and put your economics knowledge to practical, hands-on use. Teams have worked directly with residents in Honduras, New Orleans, and Easton.Learn about EEGLP
102 Simon Center