Department Description

Economics is an essential tool for understanding the complexities of modern society, and it prepares students for a wide variety of educational and career paths. The study of economics examines the market system, supply and demand, the business cycle, inflation, unemployment, money, economic policies, international trade, corporate finance, market regulation, income distribution and externalities.

Transfer and Employment Opportunities

Economics majors pursue diverse career paths in areas of academics, entrepreneurship, corporate business, financial and consulting services, law, health and various other avenues of employment.

Course Descriptions

Meet Your Faculty

Richard Milani
(218) 262-7367
Office: D147