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Economics Combined Degree students
Drexel LeBow
Combined Economics Programs

Drexel’s School of Economics has responded to the growing demands of today’s job market by developing new, interdisciplinary degree options. Students can pursue a STEM-designated Bachelor of Science degree with their choice of combined majors, providing them with an opportunity to build a fundamental understanding of economics while also developing specific complementary skill sets.

Students who pursue these combined majors learn data manipulation and analysis through courses in statistics and econometrics. Additionally, they gain hands-on experience through the Drexel Co-op program and graduate well-positioned to succeed. In fact, students studying economics typically earn higher starting salaries than those of other majors at LeBow.

Drexel’s School of Economics is housed within the LeBow College of Business. As students pursue their combined economics degree, they have access to a wider variety of courses, a vast array of experiential learning opportunities offered by both Drexel and LeBow and the career resources and support needed to ensure they’re on the right path to achieving their personal career goals.

Combined Economics Majors

 The behavioral economics combined major integrates economic modeling with insights from behavioral sciences to analyze human behavior in economic contexts.

Students who pursue  an economics and business combined major study the functional fields of business  while building a foundation in economics.

Students learn from subject matter experts from both the School of Economics and the College of Computing & Informatics.

The economics and mathematics combined major is intended for students who have a strong interest in economics, applied mathematics and econometrics.

Through the combined major in economics and public health, students gain an understanding of the factors underlying our health and well-being.

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Our staff is ready to help you with any questions you may have about the application process, including which program is right for you. We look forward to hearing from you.

Caitlin Brady

Associate Director, Undergraduate Programs and Recruitment

(215) 571-3570

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