Gain in-depth knowledge of economic theory and policy to prepare for graduate study or a career in virtually any field.
Why Earn Your BA in Economics?
With a degree in economics, you can work as a lawyer, economist, actuary, financial risk or data analyst, financial planner, economic researcher, financial consultant, or investment analyst. Many students continue their education with a law degree or master’s degree in economics.
Why Major in Economics at Adelphi?
- Benefit from the “Willumstad Winning Edge”—six steps to boosting career success in any field of business.
- Collaborate closely with distinguished faculty in small classes of 10 to 25 students.
- Create a unique program of study tailored to your goals in our highly flexible program.
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This concentration emphasizes the quantitative tools of economic analysis, mathematical modeling, game theory, and econometrics. Its objective is to prepare graduates for quantitative work in the public or private sector, or for graduate study in economics.
This concentration emphasizes policy tools, with particular emphasis on fiscal, monetary, and exchange rate policies. The objective is to prepare graduates for public sector work as economic analysts, or for graduate study in economic policy.
Minors and Accelerated Options
In today’s global economy, an economics minor can give you a major advantage. Explore accounting, finance, marketing, human resource management and other business topics in small, intermediate-level courses—taught by world-class faculty—that will give you marketable skills in critical and analytical thinking.
Plus One-Year MBA Option
Economics majors at Adelphi have the opportunity to accelerate their path to a rewarding professional career by completing an MBA with one additional year.
To apply for this program, submit the appropriate application requirements:
Transformative Educational Opportunities
All undergraduate students have the opportunity to apply for the following programs to expand their educational landscape: