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Learn. Lead. Succeed
Nichols’ economics program empowers you to lead by showing you the driving forces behind the global marketplace.
As an economics major, you’ll discover and evaluate the behavior and interrelations of consumers, businesses, labor unions, and governments. You’ll benefit from internships and alumni looking to hire. You’ll explore local, regional, national, and international economic challenges to find out what drives economic behavior and policy.
In other words, we’ll prepare you to lead in any number of economic fields, including:
Take a look at our diverse economics courses and see for yourself how we educate the economic leaders of tomorrow.
Economics majors must complete 121 credit hours (approximately 40 courses), including courses from the foundation and business core curricula or liberal arts core curricula, focused electives and these required specialization courses:
Professor of Economics / Economics Program Chair & Honors Scholar Program Chair
Assistant Professor of Economics
Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance