Major requirements in economics can be completed only through daytime attendance.
Department of Economics
Chair: John D. Worrall
John D. Worrall, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Rutgers
Tetsuji Yamada, B.A., Toyo (Japan); M.I.A., Columbia; M.Phil., Ph.D., CUNY
Jinpeng Ma, B.S., Huazhong Agricultural (China); M.S., Beijing University of Agricultural Engineering (China); M.A., Ph.D., SUNY (Stony Brook)
I-Ming Chiu, B.S., Fujen Catholic (Taiwan); M.A., Ph.D., Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
John Smith, B.A., California (Berkeley); Ph.D., Princeton
The programs offered by the Department of Economics are designed to (1) provide a general understanding of the functioning of the economic system and the role of institutions, groups, and regions within that system; and (2) prepare the student for employment in industry, the professions, and government, or to pursue graduate work toward such advanced degrees as the M.A., M.B.A., or Ph.D. in economics, business, or related fields.
Students are strongly advised to monitor their curriculum progress every year so that no deficiencies surface during their senior year that cannot be remedied consistent with university regulations.