As an economics student, you will study how markets work to determine what is produced, how it is produced and how income is distributed. You will explore subjects like the role and impact of international trade, the effect of monopolies on the economy and the problems of unemployment and inflation.
The knowledge will help you develop a strong understanding of businesses, markets and financial organizations and prepare you for careers in the private, public and academic sectors. Find out more about the Feliciano Difference.
Our program focuses on the study of macroeconomics and microeconomics. It emphasizes broad analytical skills, deductive reasoning, decision-making techniques, quantitative analytics and modeling principles, as well as national and international economic policies and priorities. It enriches the problem-solving and decision-making skills you need to achieve long-term career success. Learn to think critically about the world around you.
Successful business management depends on understanding the links connecting the world’s economies and its capital and investment networks, as well as producers’ and consumers’ decision-making processes. By studying economics, you’ll gain a foundation in theoretical and analytical thinking and grounding in real-world problems.
Throughout her career Evelyn Hudson-Dorrah says team-building skills she honed at Montclair State helped her navigate opportunities and challenges in her professional career. “Strong relationships along with professional growth and development are themes that have carried me through after graduating from Montclair State.”
Evelyn Hudson-Dorrah Business Risk & Control Manager, Prudential Financial
The hands-on portfolio management and financial analysis experience I got through the Red Hawk Investment Fund at the Feliciano School of Business caught the attention of recruiters and helped me secure a key internship that led to a full-time job. My experiences at the Feliciano School of Business demonstrate the importance of staying connected with professors who can provide advice and market insights to guide me as I build my career.
Bachelors/MBA 4+1 – Economics: Learn to think critically about the world around you. Examine ways to satisfy the wants and needs of producers and consumers while allocating scarce resources – like money, energy, natural commodities or time.