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Economics

Economic literacy is essential to a liberal arts education because it provides a framework for understanding the forces that shape the global economy and society in which we live, as well as a systematic approach to decision making on both a personal and an institutional level.

Fall 2021 Newsletter

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About Us

The mission of the Department of Economics is to create new economic knowledge and disseminate economic knowledge to our students and colleagues, the citizens of Kansas, and the world.

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Programs

The Department of Economics offers three undergraduate degrees, two certifications, a Master of Arts degree, and a Ph.D. program.

Programs we offer

Degree breakdown

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Certificates
3
Undergraduate Degree Options
2
Graduate Level Degrees



Latest News

Listen to Professor David Slusky on Freakonomics, M.D., talking about his work on Uber & ambulances.
Congratulations to Dr. Sabarwal for being selected as Associate Editor for International Journal of Economic Theory and continuing to lead research at national and international levels.



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