Economics is concerned with how societies provide for the well-being of their citizens and residents, along with public policies to promote well-being.
Faculty members in the Department of Economics are excellent teachers who are committed to providing students with an active and inclusive learning environment while developing their knowledge of contemporary issues and their practical thinking skills.
Economics courses address a range of current issues, such as:
- What are the impacts of carbon taxes?
- How can health care be efficiently and equitably provided?
- Should water be privatized?
- What is the best portfolio choice to maximize my investment?
Our graduate alumni and undergraduate alumni have found well-paying and satisfying careers in various fields in both the private and public sectors, and have successfully undertaken further graduate studies.
Please do check out what our students say and explore the degrees offered by the Economics program.