Studying the science of money is the gateway to careers in law, business and countless other fields.
Technically speaking, economics is the study of how scarce resources are allocated to meet economic goals. In practice, that means being able to understand the very real results that occur when governments, businesses and people make decisions to achieve economic goals.
- Program type:
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
Why are the benefits of pursing a degree in economics?
UND Economics Program
Participate in statewide research while working alongside faculty active in the field, and at UND's Bureau of Business & Economic Research, which analyzes statewide trends.
Econ majors are primed to excel at the next level: On average, they score higher than any other business major on LSAT scores and other professional and graduate exams.
Learn to clearly explain complicated concepts - a skill that translates to countless other careers.
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Gain the Insights to Lead
By learning from experienced professionals, UND students gather the insights necessary to succeed.