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Economics

Drew’s Economics major includes traditional introductory and intermediate microeconomics and macroeconomics courses, along with quantitative classes such as statistics and econometrics. Through critical perspectives, students will challenge traditional assumptions found in both economic models and society and understand current challenges faced by policymakers, companies, and organizations, such as the economics of health care, money and banking, environmental economics, and economics of labor markets. Go ahead and put theory into practice with ample opportunities to gain first-hand experience through Drew’s Bear Den and The Fund investment platform.

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Economics Minor

Economics is also available as a Minor.

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Finance Dual-Degree with Caspersen School of Graduate Studies

This new Dual-Degree program allows you to complete your bachelor’s degree and Master of Science in Finance in only five years. Students can dual-enroll in four graduate courses, which will count toward both your major and master’s degree.

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