Economics is part of many degree programs


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Economics students explore how consumers and firms respond to incentives, how they interact through trade in markets, and how the whole economy works, in terms of productivity, unemployment, and growth. Students focus their studies by choosing from a large, diverse set of electives.

Economics department website

Undergraduate Catalog: Economics listing

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