An Economics degree provides you with marketable skills that are relevant to many career fields and areas of graduate study. In addition, you’ll gain foundational liberal arts skills that are prized by 21st-century employers.
Application of economic models
Apply microeconomic and macroeconomic theory and data to analyze contemporary economic problems and policies.
Understand basic math-modeling techniques used in microeconomic and macroeconomic theory.
Organization + description of data
Organize economic data in a manner that allows you to generate and interpret its descriptive statistics.
Data analysis + statistical inference
Understand the principles of statistical inference, including hypothesis testing and ordinary least-squares regression modeling, and be capable of communicating that to a variety of audiences.
Econometric software expertise
Possess expertise in the application of econometric analysis software to present and analyze data.
Communication + Leadership
Inform and interact, both orally and in writing, with experts and non-specialists.