An undergraduate Economics major can pursue either a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.). Either choice provides excellent preparation for life after graduation, but they require different aptitudes and lead to different...More About Program Overview ➔
Internships and Career Exploration
Experiences outside the classroom help you put your knowledge of economics to work. Campus resources enable you to find a career path matching your interests, identify internships, and strengthen your resume and interviewing skills.
Internships with government agencies, businesses, and other organizations are plentiful in the Baltimore-DC area and provide experience in both policy-oriented and market-oriented research. Academic research is best experienced via departmental...More About Research Opportunities ➔
Preparing for Graduate School
Undergraduates who major in Economics have an excellent background for graduate study in a variety of disciplines. Use the links in this section to explore graduate education and get advice for choosing a graduate program.