Hartwick economics majors learn the technical skills of the discipline and how to apply these skills to a wide range of contemporary issues. You’ll develop analytical expertise and a deep appreciation for the diversity of areas in which economic inquiry is relevant.
Hartwick economics students get prepared for advanced study in the discipline or a range of career options through its deliberate focus on economic policy. You’ll build a solid foundation in economic principles and theory, and learn to think analytically. Each course in the department works to refine students’ analytical reasoning skills.
Hartwick encourages off-campus study in economics, whether at St. Andrews in Scotland or researching small-island sustainability in Barbados. Internships with firms like Merrill Lynch and government agencies like the Bureau of Labor Statistics provide practical, hands-on experience and often lead to employment after graduation.
Students have completed internships at Coldwell Banker, the Otsego County Treasurer’s Office, Foton Motor Group, City of Binghamton Economic Development Office, and A.O. Fox Hospital. Omicron Delta Epsilon, Hartwick’s Economics Honor Society, inducts students who have achieved academic success in the major.
Recent economics graduates are bankers, policy analysts, consultants, financial analysts, teachers, and entrepreneurs. They study at some of the world’s finest graduate schools.
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Hartwick’s economics faculty are experts in the field. They’re scholars. And they’re focused on the future. That’s because they work closely with students who are meant for more. Students who will make a difference in the world of tomorrow. Hartwick students.[listpeople dept=”economics”]
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