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Department overview

Economics is a fascinating subject and involves social science, business and policy.  It can be used to explain the behavior of individuals, groups and organizations.  As an economics student you will study a host of topics including how consumers and firms make decisions, how markets work, how competition or the lack thereof matters, how economies grow, and how firms and nations want to trade internationally.  Studying economics will help you develop a strong understanding of businesses, markets and government organizations.  It prepares you for careers in the private, public and academic sectors.

Obtainable Jobs

  • Account Manager
  • Actuary
  • Compensation and Benefit Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Junior Stock Broker
  • Lawyer
  • Marketing Research Analyst
The bachelor of arts degree requires that ¾ of the credits towards the degree be liberal arts and science courses. The bachelor of science degree requires that ½ of the credits towards the degree be liberal arts and science courses.
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Faculty & Staff

Full Time Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

  • Salvatore Acquista
  • Linda Bailey McWeeney
  • Michael Chime
  • Basel Mansour
  • Richard Piedra
  • Arash Pourebrahimi
  • Lennox Price
  • Davood Taree
  • Marina Wassef
  • Alan Weinman

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