Welcome, Undergraduates!

The department is home to approximately 700 undergraduate students, making economics one of the most popular majors on campus. We offer B.A./A.B. and B.S. degrees in economics, as well as minors in economics and finance, and a finance concentration.

Why major or minor in economics? At its core, economics is the study of resource management and allocation, but it is also a way of understanding the world and human behavior. The concepts and skills our students learn are not only useful in school but also everyday life.

This website will help you find out all you need to know about earning a degree in economics, from the courses we offer to graduating with honors.

Special Announcement

The ECON 201 & 205 Microeconomics Modules site is under construction and will be available soon. Please check back here for updates about the video modules platform.

Apply to Be an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant!

The deadline has passed for the 2015-16 school year, but you can view the application here for future reference. If you have questions, contact the .


Need Advice from a Faculty Member?

Email or visit the director of undergraduate studies, Professor Connel Fullenkamp.

Fall 2016 Office Hours

329D Social Sciences
Tuesday, Thursday
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Considering an Honors Thesis?

Hear about the process of writing a thesis directly from economics honors students in the video below.

  • Economics Honors Program Students

Program Contacts

Professor Connel Fullenkamp
Director of Undergraduate Studies

Professor Grace Kim
Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies

Senior Program Coordinator

Undergraduate Program Assistant

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