Economics is a way of thinking, a method of inquiry used by both private sector decision-makers and policy-makers in business, government, and society at large. As an Economics major you will develop the analytic ability to frame and solve complicated problems that arise in business, in government, and in society.
An undergraduate major in economics can serve as the basis for a successful and challenging career or as the foundation for graduate or professional study. Graduates can look forward to opportunities in business, law, Foreign Service, government, or financial services. Students desiring more education will have the undergraduate background to undertake graduate study in economics, business, or public policy. The economics major is also well regarded by law schools.
Manhattanville College also has the Economic Freedom Institute, an enterprise which catalyzes both the popular and scholarly discussion of issues related to economic freedom. Find more information about EFI here.
Economics, Finance & Management at Manhattanville
Current information about degree program requirements can be found in the official College Catalogs.
Adjunct Faculty Alan Anderson Ernest Barone Rinku Bhattacharya Edwin Bowman Rob Candee Rick Cherry Don Genio Paul Jakubek Jean Mann Maureen Maitland Ken Mias Alina Rothman Alan Sadovnick Michael Scimeca Inger Stapleton Audrey Tyson Janet Walsh Cathryn Warner John Wenninger Staff Carolyn Greaige, Administrative Assistant