In the Economics Department, you’ll learn that our teaching is second to none: our faculty members consistently win university and national awards for their teaching.
And you’ll find that our students—our undergraduate economics majors, our Master's in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics students and our PhD students—have unusually good access to this outstanding faculty.
Our Undergraduate Programs
Students enter as Pre-Economics majors, and then transition to the professional phase of the Economics curriculum upon obtaining advanced standing.
BA in Economics
The Economics (BA) major offers a lot of flexibility for students to explore other topics in addition to their major coursework. This major requires four semesters of foreign language and a minor.
BSBA in Business Economics
Students enter as Pre-Business majors, and then transition to the professional phase of the Business Economics curriculum upon obtaining advanced standing through professional admission.
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Our Graduate Programs
Master's in Econometrics
With a strong analytic and empirical focus, this program prides itself on its mastery of microeconomics. Lay the groundwork for a high-level position in the private sector or in government—or prepare to enter a PhD program.
PhD in Economics
Long counted one of the world’s best departments in experimental economics and economic history, this program has a strong focus in microeconomics, particularly industrial organization, environmental economics and labor economics.
Economics Education for K-12 Teachers
Office of Economic Education
Eller is here to help Southern Arizona teachers fulfill their curriculum standards requirements in economics. We offer solid content and classroom implementation techniques through our economics and personal finance workshops and teacher resources.