The choice of concentration will help students specialize in a specific subfield of economics. The following four concentrations are carefully designed based on the demand from the job market. The information is for Economics Major and Minor students. Students must choose a minimum of three courses from each concentration group to have a concentration. Additionally, students are encouraged to conduct economics research (220:491/Independent Study Or 220:495, 496/Honor Thesis) with economics faculty in their junior/senior year.


Behavioral Economics & Game Theory

  • 50:220:303. Consumer Economics (3)
  • 50:220:308. Managerial Economics (3)
  • 50:220:313. Economics of Labor (3)
  • 50:220:321. Applied Game Theory (3)
  • 50:220:333. Behavioral and Experimental Economics (3)
  • 50:220:361. Game Theory (3)
  • 50:220:397. Industrial Economics: Structure, Conduct, Performance (3)

Data Science and Quantitative Methods

  • 50:220:122. Introduction to Data Data Science (3)
  • 50:220:222. Foundations of  Econometrics (3)
  • 50:220:322. Econometrics (3)
  • 50:220:422. Applied Data Mining (3)
  • 50:220:392. Business Cycles and Forecasting (3)
  • 50:220:318. Cost Benefit/Effective Analysis (3)

Financial Economics

  • 50:220:301. Money and Banking (3)
  • 50:220:325. Financial Market and Institutions (3)
  • 50:220:329. Economics of International Finance (3)
  • 50:220:363. Economics of Investment and Capital Markets (3)
  • 50:220:399. Economics of Multinational Corporations (3)
  • 50:220:442. Public Finance (3)

Health, Healthcare Management and Health Policy

  • 50:220:308. Managerial Economics (3)
  • 50:220:316. Health Economics (3)
  • 50:220:317. Social Marketing: Strategic Approach for Health Promotion (3)
  • 50:220:318. Cost Benefit/Effective Analysis (3)
  • 50:220:365. ST: U.S. Healthcare Organization, Delivery & System (3)
  • 50:220:366. ST: Healthcare Operations and Management (3)