Old Main, Room 136
Arts and Sciences
Tim Phillips (Chair), Howard Botwinick, Kathleen Burke, Keith Dayton, Katherine Graham, Alan D. Haight, Judy Kinne, Lisi Krall, Biru Paul, Susanne Polley, Jim Walter, Brian Ward, German A. Zarate
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics
Bachelor of Science in Business Economics
Bachelor of Arts in Adolescence Education: Social Studies and Economics (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Social Studies and Economics (7-12)
Human Resource Management
International Political Economy and Public Policy
Economics, Management, Political Economy and Public Policy
The Economics Department offers both an economics major and a business economics major. Students may select courses from a wide variety of areas, including international trade and finance, economic development, fiscal economics, money and banking, labor economics, the political economy of race and class, the political economy of women, environmental economics and sports economics.
The department offers two different concentrations that lead to the B.A. in economics: one leads to a traditional economics degree, the other emphasizes international political economy and public policy. Moreover, courses in the economics major may be combined with a professional sequence leading to qualification for initial certification as a teacher of secondary social studies.
The major in business economics allows students with career goals in various management-related fields to acquire the skills necessary for such careers. The major leads to the award of the bachelor of arts or bachelor of science.
- Internships/Cooperative Education
- Women in Economics Club
- Omicron Delta Epsilon, Economics Honor Society
- Economics Club
- Study abroad opportunities
- 4+1 MBA program with Clarkson University
- Degree Requirements listed here apply to the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements: B.A. – 90 credit hours; B.S. – 75 credit hours