Economics (College of Liberal Arts)

College of Liberal Arts

Economics is the study of how people make decisions in the face of scarcities.  Economics evaluates topics such as inflation, business cycles, international trade, tax policies, energy costs, the banking system, crime and the legal system, public finance, and economic development.  Students explore economic issues and theories through a variety of disciplines while honing their writing, communication, and analytical skills.

Plan of Study

 

Contact Information

Undergraduate Student Recruitment Office
newstudent@purdue.edu
Phone: 765-494-6291

Careers

Related Career Interests

Business/Management

Finance and Investing

Politics and Public Speaking