Economics is the study of how people, businesses and governments choose to allocate their resources—from how humans produce things to how they distribute and consume things. Students explore the quantitative, policy-oriented social science and learn how economic theories can be applied to a wide range of real-world situations. Our graduates are well equipped to perform economic analysis in most commercial and policy settings, and to continue on to graduate school.

  • Understand the process by which societies use scarce resources to attain societal goals and how to predict the consequences of changes in those processes

  • Gain knowledge of theoretical models and quantitative analysis

  • Learn to perform economic analyses in most commercial and policy settings