Economics

With a degree in economics, any career is within your grasp. This program will challenge you. With the assistance of the faculty, who have more than 200 years of combined teaching experience, you will develop critical thinking skills by understanding different economic ideologies that compete to explain the world and justify economic policies .

Stimulate your intellectual interests by taking courses in international, monetary, and industrial economics, as well as frequent special topics courses that reflect our research and intellectual interests, currently ranging from Ethics and Economics, to the Economics of Non Profits, to the Economics of Piracy.

As a graduate, your degree will give you the foundation to continue your education in economics, international studies, business, law, public health, medicine, and public administration, policy and planning, economic theory, and applied economics.

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements.

Contact

Department of Economics
Cornell Hall for the Social Sciences
1000 Holt Ave. – 2751
Winter Park, FL 32789 
T. 407.646.2569
F. 407.646.2485
Department of Economics website

Benny Balak
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 260
407.691.1280
Philip Kozel
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 257
407.691.1387
Harry Kypraios
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 261
407.646.2510
Christa Marr
Cornell Hall 259
407.646.2464
Zhaochang Peng
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 180
407.646.1992
Bob Reinauer
Lecturer
Cornell Hall 258
407.691.1339
Charlie Rock
Professor
Cornell Hall 263
407.646.2152
Somnath Sen
Visiting Professor
Cornell Hall 263
407.646.2569
Ken Taylor
Professor
Cornell Hall 271
407.646.2312
Martina Vidovic
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 262
407.691.1380
Anca Voicu
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 272
407.691.1758
Kristy Weick
Administrative Assistant
Cornell Hall 269
407.646.2569

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This area of study is also available through the Hamilton Holt School.