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Economics and Finance

This department offers bachelor degree programs in economics and finance, and these degrees are among the most popular on campus. We prepare our undergraduate students to thrive in demanding graduate programs across the country and in careers with industry leaders and government. We also offer master programs in economics, financial economics, and data analytics. Faculty in our department are leading experts in their fields and have been honored with numerous teaching, mentoring, and research awards.

Meet our Faculty and Staff

Economics and Finance Students in Industry

professional students

Student placement in jobs and graduate school highlights the value of studying in our department. In recent years, our students have been recruited by industry leaders such as Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase, Koch Industries, Zions Bank and many more, and our graduates have placed into programs at Utah State, Utah, Oxford, UC San Diego, Arizona, Cornell, Northwestern, Chicago Booth, Purdue, Mississippi, Memphis, Penn State, Kentucky, North Carolina, Arizona State, Ohio State, Florida State, Washington State and many more.

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Huntsman School Economics Degree Ranked Third in the Top 25 Best Business Economics Degree Programs

Huntsman School Economics Degree Ranked Third in the Top 25 Best Business Economics Degree Programs

The ranking comes from Best Value Schools who wrote about Utah State University, “Utah State University may be thousands of miles away from the first two schools on our list, but it is also an affordable public university. USU offers both a B.S. and a B.A...

Faculty Accomplishments and Highlights

Faculty Accomplishments and Highlights

Our Huntsman faculty and staff deserve recognition for their hard work, impressive accomplishments, and incredible attitudes. Recognize their awards and pay respects to dear friends.

To Live & Live Well

To Live & Live Well

Great leaders strive to live the kind of life that Ralph Waldo Emerson described, “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”