Pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Economics at Michigan Tech positions our graduates to stand out through personalized pathways in natural resources, data analytics, as well as business foundations.
By blending business and economics, Huskies have the valuable opportunity to work across STEM disciplines on Enterprise teams, gaining industry-level leadership experience as early as their first year. The result is a well-rounded educational experience—and graduates who are prepared to examine and solve high-level, high-tech business, economic, and social problems.
90%job placement rate in the College of Business
$6.15Mtotal scholarships and grants awarded to undergraduate business students
Top ThreeMichigan Tech business students place high at the CMU New Venture Competition
Tomorrow Needs Tech-Focused Economists
An undergraduate economics degree is a strong foundation. For STEM majors, a dual degree in economics can further define your path and differentiate your résumé. Students with a passion for applying economics to natural resource and environmental issues can dive deeper into the subject by pursuing a Master of Science in Natural Resource Economics.
Be Career Ready
Earn a business degree from Michigan Tech and graduate career-ready for tomorrow's technology-driven world.
Each year, more than 400 employers come to campus to recruit Huskies at our Career Fairs. Our business grads go on to work at Fortune 500 companies, tech start-ups, small businesses, and everything in between.
Career Opportunities for STEM-Powered Economics
- Budget analyst
- Data analyst
- Financial planner
- Natural resource manager
- Policy maker