Welcome Dr. Joel Harper, the new Finance department chair. Photo of Joel
Student presents poster on economics issue to an adult
Multiple students speak in room to present economic issues
Adults evaluate and discuss economic ideas posed by students
Students pose in front of a poster for women in economics

Academics

The Department of Economics offers three undergraduate degrees: From the Farmer School, students can obtain a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics; and from the College of Arts and Science students can obtain either a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Quantitative Economics. We also offer a Master of Arts degree in Economics and the opportunity for high-achieving majors to earn both of their bachelor's and master’s degrees in four years.