As an economics or business economics major, students develop analytical and mathematical skills, study theoretical principals and sharpen their ability to think, communicate and solve problems. Economics provides students with an understanding of market processes and institutions and helps them gain an understanding of how governmental policies and laws affect economic activity.
Dr. Timothy Terrell, Stackhouse Professor of Economics and Business, earned his Ph.D. at Auburn University. He writes on environmental and health care economics and has testified on Capitol Hill on environmental regulation. Recently, he and student Maureen Buff ’14 co-authored a paper for the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons. Each summer Terrell teaches in the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s Austrian economics program.
As an economics and international affairs double major, Trey Williams enjoyed networking opportunities with Wofford alumni, consulting experience and Interim travel and study in Greece. He now attends the Wake Forest University School of Business, pursuing an M.S. in management. “After I complete my master’s, I plan to pursue a career in real estate finance, management consulting or health care policy,” he says.
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