Combined Programs, Economics
The Department of Economics offers two programs leading to dual bachelor's and master's degrees. These programs allow students to take up to 12 graduate credits as part of their undergraduate degree, thereby decreasing the number of credits normally required for the master's degree. The two dual bachelor's/master's programs offered are:
Dual Bachelor of Science with a major in economics and Master of Arts in the field of economics
Students interested in this dual degree program should consult the Department of Economics undergraduate program adviser by the second semester of their sophomore year.
Students interested in this dual degree program should contact the director of the Public Policy program by the second semester of their sophomore year.
All requirements for both degrees must be fulfilled. For more information visit the program website.