The School’s undergraduate programs provide students with strong analytical and critical thinking skills necessary for economics, business, and other fields, such as law, public administration, and public policy. The small size of most classes encourages direct and extensive engagement between faculty and students. We encourage students to pursue their interests by supporting research experiences with faculty and internship opportunities with numerous organizations on and off-campus.

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The School also participates in several degree programs that offer interdisciplinary opportunities for students. These and other opportunities provide students with flexibility to complement studies in economics with majors or minors outside of the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture.

The School takes great pride in the success of our graduates. SOE alumni are thriving professionally at highly-respected organizations in both the public and private sectors. Strong faculty networks with diverse organizations and alumni help students identify work opportunities upon graduation.

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Students riding bikes and walking through the university mall in the fall