Learn in class, and in the real world.
If you take Macroeconomics with Professor Ahsan Habib, he will use the language of economics to explain to you why a Kit-Kat candy bar cost so much less in 1992. It's all part of inflation, an important player in the way money drives business. As Professor Habib teaches, mysterious phrases like Consumer Price Index and Gross Domestic Product will suddenly take on real meaning.
As a graduate of the economics program, you'll be well on your way to thriving in an increasingly complex global market. Our faculty will provide you with an education tailored to your needs and interests, and enhance what you learn in the classroom with on-site experience. Many students visit the Chicago Board of Trade and Federal Reserve Bank to get a first-hand view of the market in action, and our professors will help you find internships that will allow you to practice what you've learned while earning course credit.
Adrian's bachelor of arts degree in economics provides excellent preparation for graduate study or careers in business, law, public administration and other areas.
The mission of economics department is to prepare its students with skills necessary to understand the resource allocation mechanism of the US economy from the perspective of efficiency and stability.