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Financial Economics

Are you curious about the economic forces that drive the stock market up and down? The Financial Economics interdisciplinary degree offers students an economic background and develops skills for financial decision making and forecasting. Students pursuing this degree are interested in both economics and finance. Through this course of study students strengthen their ability to use statistical techniques for banking, financial analysis, and funds management. If you are interested in this major, program coordinator Dr. Dan Fischmar would be happy to tell you more.


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What can you do with a Financial Economics degree?

Imagine yourself in industry analyst, a banker, a policy advisor, a lawyer, or an economics grad student.