The department encourages all Davidson students to gain a fundamental understanding of economics as a vital part of their liberal arts education by taking Introductory Economics. The program develops analytical, quantitative, writing, and oral expression skills useful for leaders who use economics rather than teaching only technical economic tools.
If you find that you want to learn more, the Economics Department offers courses that fit your interests.
- For Economics Major and Minor requirements, please click here.
- For a listing of current Economics courses, please click here.
The members of the department are proud of the students we mentor. For example, our students have been very successful presenting their research to professional audiences. Click here to see what they have done.
Life After Davidson
What can you do after you graduate from Davidson?
Over half of our graduates enter the workforce in a business-related capacity. Below is a pie chart that shows where our graduates from the last ten years went after they graduated:
To learn more about attending graduate school for an advanced degree in Economics, please click here.