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Department Mission Statement

The mission of the Economics Department is to foster critical, reflective, informed, and empowered participants and citizens, who understand cause and effect in the realm of economics. Through a range of courses and activities the Economics Department offers crucial academic exposure to the study of economics and real-world examples. The department also offers students non-classroom opportunities to participate in economic projects and experiences.

 

2014 Economic Symposium: Nov. 12

The 2014 Economic Symposium was held on Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 a.m., featuring a panel of economists from Aquinas College, Calvin College, Cornerstone University, and Hope College. The panelists discussed the recent economic environment and provide insights into where the economy might be headed in 2015. >Brochure (pdf)

Did You Know?

In addition to a firm base of factual and theoretical knowledge, the AQ economics major provides the extensive training in analytic and problem-solving skills. This background is ideal for many career fields!

Environmental Economics

Dr. Todd Yarbrough will be giving a three-part lecture on Environmental Economics for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on Oct. 28, Nov. 2 and 9 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
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