Undergraduate Program in Economics
This page gives an abridged version of the catalog description of the economics undergraduate program. For a current schedule of courses, click here.
An Abridged Catalog Description of the Economics Undergraduate Degree Programs
Economics studies the allocation of scarce resources; the way that individuals, groups, governments, and businesses make choices; and the consequences of those choices for people, nations, and society. To learn more about economics as a field of study for undergraduates, visit the American Economic Association.
Majors and Specializations
The Department offers three majors:
Students may complete only one major in economics. A specialization in International Issues and Economics is available to students in all three majors. The Honors Program is open to high-achieving students in all three majors.
Director of the Undergraduate Program
Professor Jose Antonio Rodriguez-Lopez
Social Science Plaza B, Room 3291