Become a better decision maker.
Knowing how economic resources should be allocated, understanding the true concept of costs, learning the impact of positive and negative externalities, and the working of our political economy will enhance your political science, environmental science, sociology or mathematics major.
What you’ll study
You’ll take foundational courses in micro- and macro-economics, accounting, and statistics. From there, you’ll be free to explore the topics most relevant to your goals, including entrepreneurship, banking, and environmental economics.
Economics is a social science
Economics is a social science that enhances many other majors. Environmental economics uses economic models to evaluate policy created by environmental scientists. Political economics teaches political science majors’ critical tools to understand voter behavior. Behavioral economics relies heavily on psychology to understand consumer behavior. No matter your major, you’ll benefit from an economics minor to view problems from a different perspective.
Jessica Schoew '18