Economics Department Index

Students in the Economics program learn the impact of economic issues, society, and government affairs. The program emphasizes a cross-disciplinary perspective and the development of the analytical, communication, and quantitative skills graduates need to be effective after graduation. Depending on their career goals and interests, Economics majors take a combination of courses in economics and other disciplines as part of four applied areas: business economics; general economics; mathematical economics; and political economy.

Recent graduates hold positions in financial institutions, government and social agencies, consulting firms, and corporations. Economics also is an excellent major for students who plan to pursue graduate studies in law, public policy, or economics, or for those who intend to pursue careers as teachers.

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Department Office
Chair:
Prem S. Mann, Ph.D
Webb Hall Rm. 448
phone number(860) 465-5216
fax number(860) 465-4469
Secretary II:
Jean Stencel
Webb Hall Rm. 423
phone number(860) 465-4620
fax number(860) 465-4469
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm




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