Undergrad female studying in the library.


Economics studies how individuals and governments make decisions in the presence of scarce resources. Although topics such as money, banking, recessions, and firms’ structures are discussed, Economics is a much broader field that seeks to understand, explain, and predict the outcomes of important public policy debates.

The Economics program at Edgewood College offers three distinct concentrations that allow you to explore your interests and target a specific career path: Political Economy, Finance or Quantitative. 


Edgewood College has definitely prepared me for my career. Through their networking events to the professors, I feel I am truly ready to go out in the real-world.
Austin Foley