Undergraduate study in economics
Director of Undergraduate Studies: Professor Chris Hanes
Office: Library Tower 916
If you have any kind of question about Economics major requirements, including getting credit or preapprovals for courses taken at other colleges, come to the office hours posted below. You do not need to make an appointment to see someone during office hours.
Do not send an email to email@example.com unless
you are not in Binghamton or you cannot wait until the next scheduled office hours
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One of the largest academic programs on the Binghamton University campus, the Economics Department offers four undergraduate degrees:
- BA in Economics
- BS with a Specialization in Economic Analysis
- BS with a Specialization in Financial Economics
- BS with a Specialization in Economic Policy Analysis
- Economics Minor
Hands-on workplace, teaching and research opportunities are available through teaching assistant positions, two Honors Programs, and independent study projects. Top students are eligible for various awards acknowledging superior academic achievement and service to the department.
The Office of External Scholarships and Fellowships invites students to check out its new website. The site contains information for undergraduates on scholarships, funded summer experiences (i.e. research opportunities and positions with nonprofit groups), and post-graduation opportunities.