Economics

Economics is designed to give a broad background in economic theory and policy, preparing students to better understand human behavior and the events which shape their lives; to prepare students for graduate study in economics, law, and public policy, and for work in government and industry.

Career Titles

Actuary

Demographer

Institutional Research Director

Auditor

Economist

Insurance Salesperson

Bank Officer

Efficiency Expert

Intelligence Agent

Bond Trader

Entrepreneur

International Trade Specialist

Business Forecaster

Estate Planner

Journalist

Business Manager

Financial Economist

Labor Economist

Chamber of Commerce Analyst

Financial Officer

Labor Relations Specialist

Commodities Trader

Financial Planner/Analyst

Lawyer

Commodity-Industry Analyst

Financial Reporter

Litigation Analyst

Compensation/Benefits Admin

Government Administrator

Management Consultant/Analyst

Consultant

Healthcare Administrator

Market Research Analyst

Consumer Affairs Director

Hospitality Manager

Politician

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Internships

Alexandria Aces Cal Ripken League Team

C.H. Robinson

Colonial Life

COMPTEL

Feeding America of Southwest Virginia

First Bank of Virginia

Greenville Swamp Rabbits

U.S. Senator Mark Warner

Washington County Industrial Development Authority