B.A. in Economics
This program has three concentrations: General Economics, Mathematical Economics, and Applied Economics. All provide the student with rigorous training in economic theory, data analysis, and the analysis of public policy.
Applied economics requires some business courses, while mathematical economics requires more courses from the math department. Aside from these differences, all three concentrations are similar.
B.A. in Political Economy
This major combines course work from Economics and other disciplines in a program that investigates the behavior of the economy and society using a broader and more inclusive framework than found in standard economics programs.
Political Economy is ideal for students interested in careers in law, government, non-profits, and unions. It also allows students to investigate how gender, race, ethnicity, and class shape the world around us.