Graduate Program Overview
The University of Maryland’s Department of Economics is ranked in the top 20 economics programs in the country in the most recent National Academy of Sciences study. The Department has about 40 faculty members. The size and diversity of the faculty permits study in virtually every major theoretical and applied area of economics including advanced macro, advanced micro, comparative institutional economics, econometrics, economic development, economic history, economic modeling, environmental and natural resource economics, industrial organization, international economics, labor economics, political economy, public choice, and public economics.
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Undergraduate Program Overview
Taking economics courses is a very popular choice for undergraduates at the University of Maryland. In 2011-2012 about 1100 majors pursued a bachelor's of arts in economics here, and 390 degrees were awarded. Economics courses are also taken by other majors to meet various requirements or simply because it's an interesting field of study, highly relevant to "real world" issues. Over 69% of students taking economics are not currently majors in this field!
If you are interested in declaring economics as your major or just in perusing the different courses we offer, click on the link below to get more information.
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