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February 20, 2019

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  • Analytical Economics
  • Economics Major - Analytical Economics Concentration

    Economics students are often interested in quantitative analysis and many of them prefer to choose a career that gives them a chance to apply their quantitative and analytical skills.  One of the areas of interest to economics students is a business analyst position. This course of study will prepare students for advanced study in a quantitative discipline or for a technical or analytical position in the public or private sector.  Graduates with an Analytical Economics concentration will be well-versed in economic principles, theories and methodologies with direct industry application.


    Core Economics Major Requirements


    One course chosen from the following:

    One statistics course chosen from the following:

    Analytics Concentration - 5 Courses

    Two courses chosen from the following:

    • ECON 3980 - Special Topics

    One course chosen from the following:

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  • Jake Goudey

    Jake Goudey ’15

    Meet economics alumni Jake Goudey, an expert in demographic analysis, firmographic analysis, statistical modeling, and forecasting.

  • Holt Fellowship

    Holt Endowed Fellowship

    The Holt Endowed Fellowship provides financial support to make meaningful learning experiences possible for Hamline School of Business undergraduate students.

  • Stacie Bosley

    Professor Bosely Interviewed

    Stacie Bosley, a professor in the Hamline School of Business, was interviewed on WCCO-Radio about pyramid schemes to watch out for.