From undergraduate studies to PhDs, UW offers economics degree programs and finance degree programs that provide students with the academic background that enables them to succeed in a variety of career options.
- E&F faculty and students examine economic and financial issues that matter locally and around the globe, including issues related to environmental policy, natural resources, energy, market organization, trade, economic development, and finance. The department has produced a world-class program by pulling together scientists with a common purpose — how to use economics and finance to create more well-being while protecting our environment and natural resources.
- The department offers undergraduate and master's degrees in economics and finance (including a dual master's in economics and finance combined), as well as a PhD degree in economics.
Why Major in Economics & Finance?
- Economics & Finance degree programs provide you with a logical method of thinking you can use forever; you will have a set of tools that will help shape how you view the world's affairs.
- Starting salaries of economics & finance majors traditionally rank high among all starting salaries. Your degree gives you a top 5 salary immediately and in the long-term with a 2009 starting median salary of $50,000 and mid career median salary of $101,000 (http://www.payscale.com/)
Professor David Finnoff and alumni, Jamie Pike in Time for PNAS paper!
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