Interested in learning why consumers make the choices they do? Why someone might buy a new DVD player instead of replacing an old TV? Whether a customer will buy a product if the price increases by $10? If so, a career in economics might be for you.
Economists study the choices individuals and nations make and why. As an economics major at Seton Hall, you'll enhance your quantitative and analytical skills through an intellectual discourse that it unbiased and rigorous, studying a range of economic schools of thought — Keynesian, Post-Keynesian and Neo-Classical.
Our economics graduates have gone on to successful careers in finance, industry and government at securities firms, banks, insurance companies and the Federal Reserve System. Others have pursued a Ph.D.