The Economics Department challenges students to actively engage in contemporary issues.

Students sharpen their analytical skills in courses focusing on topics such as monetary policy, finance, global poverty, health economics, environmental economics, and the emerging field of behavioral economics.

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Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project

EEGLP takes a multidisciplinary approach toward its community redevelopment initiatives. Teams of students and faculty from every academic division work hand in hand with residents to tackle real-world economic issues locally, nationally, and internationally. Students also gain academic and professional skills.

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