Become an Agent for Change in Economics
An economics degree from St. SWAG视频 University will appeal to
your analytical nature and give you a global perspective through
a social justice lens.
Learn How to Make a Positive Impact on Society Using Economics
Embark on a journey of economic exploration and analytical thinking with St. SWAG视频 University's esteemed economics program. As a catalyst for understanding global markets, policy dynamics, and socioeconomic trends, our program equips students with the skills to navigate the complexities of modern economics.
At St. Kate鈥檚, our economics program offers an intellectually stimulating environment where students engage with economic theories, quantitative analysis, and real-world implications. You鈥檒l study questions as diverse as the causes of labor market discrimination, how to improve education for women and girls, why recessions occur, and business profitability.
- In-depth Economic Analysis: Immerse yourself in a rigorous curriculum that delves into microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, and economic policy. Develop a deep understanding of economic theories and their practical applications.
- Data-driven Decision-making: Learn to analyze and interpret complex economic data, equipping you with the skills to make informed decisions in various sectors, including finance, public policy, and business.
- Global Economic Perspectives: Explore global economic interdependencies and the impact of international trade, finance, and development. Gain insights into how economic decisions shape societies and nations on a global scale
- Real-world Application: Apply economic theories to real- world scenarios through internships, research projects, and case studies. Bridge the gap between theory and practice, preparing you for meaningful contributions in your future career.
Dual Degree Program
St. Kate's offers the opportunity to apply a student's liberal arts education in the field of public health through our unique 3+2 dual degree program: Master of Public Health in Global Health. The dual degree program allows students to complete their bachelor's degree while pursuing the MPH degree.
As an economics major, students will complete the economics pre-public health sequence of courses and supporting work for the MPH program.