A Balanced Economics Education
Today, there is so much in the world of economics that is accomplished by technology. Marist students are prepared to compete in such a technological economy with a balanced training in economics and the liberal arts. Not only do our students graduate with advanced economics skillsets, but with the intuition to think creatively and innovate throughout their careers in the industry.
A curriculum for the ethical economist...
Modern economists play formative roles in government policy making, fiscal planning, investing, and a variety of other in-demand professions, and as such are entrusted with enormous responsibility. At Marist, your comprehensive education in Economics will provide you with insightful training through courses like “Money and Banking” and “Financial Markets and Institutions,” while instilling an ethical approach to the industry with courses in “Economics of Social Issues,” “Environmental Economics,” and “Economic Development: Towards Global Equality.”
...taught by industry-leading faculty.
In the world of modern economics, experience counts. Our faculty arrive at Marist with years of professional accolades and a wide range of professional experiences in both the private and public sectors. This type of insight and mentorship is absolutely invaluable at all stages of your career in economics. View all School of Management faculty >
Our hands-on experiential learning...
The difference between a Marist Economics student and others is the extensive hands-on experience they have access to. Not only will you learn the foundations and theories of economics, but you’ll apply it throughout your time at Marist. You’ll create your personal investment portfolio in our Investment Center, equipped with Bloomberg Terminals, research different firms, and track your portfolio’s performance each semester. This experience gives Marist Economics students a much-needed edge when entering this competitive industry after graduation.
Top-Tier Career Placement
The experiential learning, expert faculty, and comprehensive curriculum in Marist’s Economics program prepare our students for entry-level positions after graduation. This sets you up for long-term career success. Below are just a few examples of the high-profile career destinations Marist Economics students attain.
Marist Economics By the Numbers
98% of graduates from the School of Management are employed or in graduate school within 6 months of graduation.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average annual wage for economists is over $105,000.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be a 14% increase in economist jobs over the next decade.
The Value of a Marist Education
At Marist, we pride ourselves on our dedication to providing our students with a well-rounded liberal arts education that prepares them for practical experience and profound success in their field. But don't just take our word for it - the numbers speak for themselves.