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Financial Economics

The Financial Economics interdisciplinary degree not only offers students an economic background, but helps them develop skills for financial decision making and forecasting. Students majoring in financial economics are taught to apply the analytical techniques they learn in the classroom to the real world situations in banking, financial analysis, and funds management. Students also have the opportunity to participate in a mock Wall Street financial analyst internship by doing the summer/winter analyst program offered at Westminster.

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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.