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Important Notice

We are open and ready to support you! Virtually, that is. You can reach us by phone at (909) 537-5511 or via email at Nathalie.flores@csusb.edu. We will respond as quickly as possible. For updates on campus operations, visit COVID-19/Coronavirus Information.

If you would like help from the Department Chair, Professor Nilsson can be reached at enilsson@csusb.edu. He will also be holding Zoom office hours during the summer. The day and times of the office hours might change, so check back. 

Starting June 22, Professor Nilsson's Zoom office hours are Monday and Wednesday, 10:30 am to 11:00 am. You can email him to arrange for other times to meet via Zoom. The Zoom address of his office hours is: https://csusb.zoom.us/j/98598782735. You must log into Zoom using your MyCoyote credentials to join these Zoom sessions.

Thank you and stay safe.

Welcome

The Economics Department at CSUSB provides students an excellent liberal arts education. Students majoring in economics learn the basics of economics and receive a rigorous training in logical and empirical analysis.

Economics students from CSUSB have gone on to start their own businesses, take jobs within the financial industry and the government, teach in public schools, and attend law school. A significant portion of our majors go on to graduate programs in economics. Many have earned Ph.D. degrees.

Among the theoretical approaches represented in the department are mainstream economics, institutionalism, feminism, and political economy. By taking courses from faculty who do research in these various approaches, students gain a more valuable intellectual experience than typically provided by an economics department.

The department includes many outstanding teachers. Surveys of CSUSB graduates indicate that the Economics Department provides the best instruction of any major in the social sciences. Graduates have expressed their appreciation by contributing many thousands of dollars to special scholarships available only to current Economics students.