Economics students are exposed to a wide range of topics, including behavior of individuals and firms, quantitative and data-driven models of economic decision-making, behavioral and experimental economics, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology markets, financial economics, environmental and energy policies, international economics and globalization, applied game theory, and regulations and public policy.About the Department
|Area of Study
|B.S. + M.S.
|Applied Economics and Policy
|Applied Economics and Policy, Ph.D.
|Biotechnology and Health Economics
|Biotechnology and Health Economics , B.S.
|Economics, Co-Terminal Program
|Economics, Co-Terminal Program, B.S. + M.S.
|Economics of Banking and Finance
|Economics of Banking and Finance, Minor
|Economics of Biotech and Medical Innovation
|Economics of Biotech and Medical Innovation, Minor
|Economics of Policy and Regulation
|Economics of Policy and Regulation, Minor
|Economics of Technology and Innovation
|Economics of Technology and Innovation, Minor
|Economics of Quantitative Modeling
|Economics of Quantitative Modeling, Minor