Programs

Hundreds of colleges offer four-year baccalaureate programs with majors in economics. Here is a list.

Many economics majors have four components:

Some programs are allied with finance or business, some with agriculture and natural resources, and some with public policy programs. Some colleges offer joint majors between economics and mathematics, political science, history, environmental studies, or various business subjects.

The college websites linked below give details. To see programs by state, click on the appropriate abbreviation:

AK

AL

AR

AZ

CA

CO

CT

DC

DE

FL

GA

HI

IA

ID

IL

IN

KS

KY

LA

MA

MD

ME

MI

MN

MO

MS

MT

NC

ND

NE

NH

NJ

NM

NV

NY

OH

OK

OR

PA

RI

SC

SD

TN

TX

UT

VA

VT

WA

WI

WV

WY

 

 

 

 

Canada

AB 

BC 

MB 

NB 

NL 

NT 

NS 

NU 

ON 

PE 

QC 

SK 

YT 

Puerto Rico

PR 

To see programs by name, click on the first letter:

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Students who complete the economics major pursue a variety of careers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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