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The Economics Department offers the B.A., B.S. (quantitative emphasis), and Ph. D. degrees. A joint undergraduate major in business and economics is possible. The faculty teach and conduct research in the areas of econometrics, economic development, economic history, environmental economics, industrial organization, international economics, labor economics, monetary theory and policy, public finance, and regional and urban economics. Members of the Department include 14 regular faculty, 3 visiting faculty, 2 professors fo practice, 18 Ph.D. graduate students, 6 masters students, and 80 undergraduate majors.
Affiliated program: Payson Center for International Development