Combined Economics Programs

Bachelor of Science in Economics and Data Science

To meet the growing demands of today’s job market, the School of Economics has developed new, interdisciplinary degree options. Students can pursue a STEM-Designated Bachelor of Science with their choice of combined majors, which provides them with an opportunity to build a fundamental understanding of economics while developing specific skill sets in areas such as behavioral science, business, data science, math and public health.

The increasing digitization of today’s economy has made the ability to analyze, interpret and report on data more critical than ever. For economists tasked with finding solutions and trends in business, government and beyond, there is an increased need to understand the complexity of data as well as the best tools and methods to deliver key findings. Drexel’s Bachelor of Science in Economics and Data Science allows undergraduate students to learn from subject matter experts from both the School of Economics and the College of Computing & Informatics.

Program Features:

  • This interdisciplinary, STEM-designated combined degree provides students with the opportunity to receive dedicated support and take classes from both The School of Economics and The College of Computing & Informatics.

  • Through the study of economics, students learn how the design of platforms shapes incentives, drives behavior, and determines social and economic outcomes including equity and efficiency.

  • Coursework in data science teaches students how to manage, manipulate and parse data to extract knowledge and insight.

  • 39 free elective credits offer students the flexibility to take courses outside of the combined degree.

> Learn more about the BS in Economics and Data Science in the Drexel Catalog

What Career Can You Have with a BS in Economics and Data Science?

Graduates of the economics and data science undergraduate program could hold positions such as data scientist, market research analyst, machine learning engineer or applications architect.

Additional Information

For students with last names beginning A-O, contact Caitlin Brady, LeBow College of Business’ associate director of undergraduate programs and recruitment,

For students with last names beginning with P-Z, contact Matt Lechtenberg, College of Computing & Informatics’ director of recruitment, at