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

Academic Programs

Area of Study B.S. Minor B.S. + M.S. M.S. Ph.D.
Applied Economics and Policy Applied Economics and Policy, Ph.D.
Economics Economics, B.S. Economics, Minor Economics, B.S. + M.S. Economics, M.S.
Biotechnology and Health Economics Biotechnology and Health Economics , B.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


The School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Russell Sage Laboratory (SAGE) 5304, 110 8th Street, Troy, NY 12180
(518) 276-6575

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