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Resources for Students

The Economics and Business Department is here to help you! We've got thesis templates and guides if you're writing your thesis, lab guides and workshop information as handouts and presentations, as well as job listings. If there's anything else you'd like to know, you can always ask one of our helpful faculty or staff members.

The department regularly offers courses in international economics, environmental and natural resource economics, labor and sports economics, public finance, economic development, and comparative economic systems.

For those students who wish to focus on business, the department offers many elective business courses including Intermediate (301) and Managerial (307) Accounting, Theory of Business Finance (316), Investments (317), Entrepreneurship (320), Business and Society (324), Consumer Marketing (326), and Business Policy and Strategy (405).

Perspectives on Business in a Changing World — an ongoing program of guest speakers, executives-in-residence, and special programs and symposia — enriches departmental and college-community discussion of business and economics issues and challenges.