Why Study Economics at Fisher?
Studying economics at St. John Fisher College combines the best of liberal arts training with opportunities to gain skills and experience to prepare you for success. Courses include individual and group projects, class discussions, and presentations to encourage the development of skills in critical thinking and effective writing.
As an economics major, you have the opportunity to interact with your professors and apply classroom experiences by working on projects with them.
A recent faculty-student collaboration involved the investigation of the cost structures and pricing practices of local health care providers while another project led to an economics major co-presenting a paper at a professional conference.
Success After Graduation
The Economics program of study prepares you for a variety of careers after graduation including:
- Financial management
- Actuarial science
You may also decide to pursue graduate programs in economics, public policy, law, or business.
The Undergraduate Catalog contains the most current economics program requirements, including course descriptions.