Academics and Majors

The Department of Economics offers B.S. and Co-Terminal M.S. degrees with emphasis on Quantitative Modeling in Economics, Econometric Methods, and a range of other areas of specialization such as Health Economics, Economics of Technology and Innovation, Behavioral Economics, Applied Game Theory,  Financial Markets and Banking, Economic Policy and Regulations, and Law and Economics. The options below provide more detail on the degrees and the programs.

Bachelors Degree in Economics

M.S. Program in Economics