Economics and Management

What you’ll study.

Analyze. Decide. Lead. All within the most popular major on campus—one that teaches applied problem-solving techniques and their conceptual basis. You'll get more. More economic theory and more courses related to business than is typical in undergraduate programs. All rounded out by a strong liberal arts foundation. Majors and minors.

What you’ll do.

Choose an eight-course major or a more intensive ten-course major with an emphasis, then test your interest in the field. Recent internships include Goldman Sachs, NorthPointe Capital; Lawrence, Evans & Co. Investment Bank; Ernst & Young; Baird Investment Bank; Rehmann and Robson Accounting; Hartline Investment Company; PricewaterhouseCoopers; Quicken Loans; Pfizer; and Heitman Real Estate Investment. Areas of emphasis.

Where you’ll go.

The close ties you'll make with our faculty and our extensive alumni base will prepare and connect you for your future. Our graduates generally go on to careers in business, law, or government. Many attend M.B.A. programs and other professional or graduate schools. Career paths.

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Emily McLaughlin, '11

Assistant Vice President
RBC Capital Markets

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