Technology, analytics and globalization continue to define the changing course of economics.

A student works on a Bloomberg terminal during class.
Technology is a focal point of economics courses at Stevens, ensuring students can compete for the best jobs in this field upon graduating.

Stevens' leadership in these areas gives you a head start in the real world, both on internships and on the job or in graduate school. You'll gain an extra edge at Stevens, where coursework is aligned to the rigorous guidelines set by the American Economic Association in logical problem solving, data analysis, and compelling speech and writing. Furthermore, you'll enjoy plenty of opportunities to travel abroad, to see firsthand how business practices in other countries impact economics, both at home and far away.

Students complete the Economics major prepared to leverage their understanding of the global economics picture and data analysis techniques to excel in economics, banking or finance.

Uniquely Stevens

The technology and analytics emphasis of the Economics major at the School of Business provides students with an added dimension that's unique among bachelor's-level programs. Stevens' institutional strengths in problem-solving skills translate into a curriculum that encourages students to think critically about all available tools in gathering and assessing data to make better decisions, whether in analytical, consulting or sales roles. That perspective gives graduates of the program incredible value as they advance in their careers.

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Where tech is tops

You grew up surrounded by technology — so did the School of Business. Technology is at the heart of what we do, whether it's research into fake online reviews or crowd wisdom, or class projects in app development or social network analytics. Stevens will give you new perspectives on technology as you prepare for a career in a fast-changing business world.

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