Wisconsin Economics Undergraduate Program

The Department of Economics is a highly ranked program dedicated to excellence in research and teaching. Among the largest majors in the College of Letters and Science, Economics is home to approximately 1100 undergraduate majors and over 35 faculty members. The study of economics equips students with analytical and communication skills that prepare them for rewarding careers and graduate studies. Undergraduate students learn from faculty members and graduate students who are committed to teaching as a part of their mission and research. The department also has dedicated academic and career advisors who help students navigate the learning experience and chart their path to a successful future.

Learn more about why economics is one of the largest and fastest growing undergraduate majors on campus:

Undergraduate Program Overview
Majoring in Economics
Careers in Economics
Resources for Undergraduate Students
Frequently Asked Questions