Department of Economics

Building human capital

The Department of Economics offers students a high-quality education and excellent job-placement opportunities. Our 30 full-time faculty members teach a broad range of courses in economics and related business disciplines, including finance, accounting, entrepreneurship, strategic management, and marketing. We conduct research on applied micro- and macroeconomics, agricultural marketing and trade, farm and ranch management, agricultural policy and rural development, and natural resources/environmental issues, and we provide Extension, outreach, and general service programs in economics.
The Department of Economics offers undergraduate majors in economics, entrepreneurial studies, agricultural business, agricultural and resources economics, and a business economics specialization. We also offer minors in accounting,  business, marketing, economics, agricultural business, agricultural marketing, and entrepreneurial studies. Moreover, we offer a master’s degree in economics, and our accelerated-track option allows students to earn both their bachelor’s degree and master’s degrees in a total of five years.

Department of Economics 2015 Distinguished Alumnus: Bill Even

Learn more about Bill Even's experience in the economics program and hear his advice for SDSU students.

Fast Facts
Undergraduate Students 739
Graduate Students 33
Fields of Study 5
Scholarship Recipients 41
Number of graduates (2012–2013) 147