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Economics

Economics

Why Study Economics?

Economics is a social science that helps explain the mysteries of how people and society operate. It helps you understand the past and the present and make predictions.

You will learn a variety of study methods, problem-solving techniques and perspectives to better understand the worldviews of others and become a life-long learner. You’ll learn the importance of history, shared experiences and the personal and social conflicts that affect social change. 

Why Economics at Merrimack?

  • Choice of economics major or mathematics-economics major lets you focus on which area interests you the most.
  • Our broad curriculum means you learn a number of economic theories and worldviews instead of just one. 
  • Internships and directed studies provide valuable field experience before you graduate.  

More Info

Kathleen Burns

Administrative Assistant, Economics
Cushing 103A

978-837-5437

burnska@merrimack.edu

 

Anthony Laramie

Professor and Chair, Economics

978-837-3409
laramiea@merrimack.edu