Mike Miller '11
Head Of Finance In Liberia For Mary's Meals
All the classes I took at Simpson contributed to having this type of job.Read This Story
Major and Minor
The Simpson economics major combines rigorous analytical training with practical applications led by dedicated faculty driven to help you succeed. Small class sizes allow our faculty to provide you with personalized attention and mentoring.
Our broad-based, liberal arts curriculum is designed with the needs of employers in mind. You will develop a strong grasp of the knowledge needed to succeed in a career in economics along with critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills.
You will utilize the analytical approaches and tools of economics to examine current issues and problems that occur in economic systems. Particular focus is paid to the examination of macroeconomic and microeconomic markets, how they determine what is produced and the role government plays in the allocation of resources.
Majoring in economics provides many diverse opportunities in the job market as well as prepares you for graduate school. Some sectors where our graduates have landed include financial analyst, mortgage analyst, stock broker, investment advisor/manager and policy analyst.
A respected, in-demand degree, professors challenging you to go further and experiences that make a difference. If that sounds good to you, see what more the Department of Business Administration and Economics has to offer.
Simpson Success Stories
Our students and alumni share how Simpson helped them define achievement on their own termsRead All Stories
Megan Ginsberg '12
I’d certainly recommend Simpson, especially if you are going to be an athlete. My coach wasn’t just interested in my athletic ability, he was interested in my long term success as well and that was awesome.Read This Story
Chad Buchanan '95
I think the one thing Simpson helped prepared me for is that you can’t sit in a classroom and hide, you have to interact with people and learn how to deal with different personalities.Read This Story