Economics is the study of how society uses its scarce resources. The goal of the department is to promote an understanding of economic aspects of society and to develop each student's ability to reason about economic issues - that is, to provide a basis for intelligent, responsible participation in modern society. The major is comprised of eight, four credit Economics classes with accompanying course work in History and Mathematics. View more information about the major.
China — from impoverished state to the world’s second largest economy, first-year students study the economic superpower’s place in the global economy.
Courses take students around the world, such as biology students studying in the Namib desert and economics students exploring South Korea's rise.