Learn how to analyze information and make decisions that will help optimize financial gains—for both yourself and others. Finishing your economics degree at Rollins will provide you critical knowledge of economic policies and perspectives through the lens of the liberal arts.

That means you’ll not only study economic behavior and theories within a holistic social context, but you’ll also gain a foundation in critical thinking and a global mindset that will help deepen your understanding of everything from your own spending habits to how economic forces drive social systems around the globe.

So whether you want to manage individuals’ portfolios, provide valuable business solutions for an organization, or develop policies for governmental agencies, you’ll be prepared to succeed.

Top 3 Reasons to Finish your Economics Degree at Rollins

  1. A Truly Global Perspective

    In addition to classes on campus, you’ll be able to learn about the economics of other countries through our study abroad programs. Past experiences have included everything from exploring transition economies in Croatia to examining development economics in Cuba.

  2. Conduct Original Research

    You’ll have the opportunity to work one-on-one with your professor to conduct interdisciplinary research on a topic of your choosing. This uncommon experience can give you an advantage in both grad school applications and job interviews.

  3. Broad Economic Expertise

    By learning to analyze both traditional and alternative economies, you’ll gain the concrete analysis skills necessary to help businesses and individuals make better financial decisions.

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Expert Faculty

Our economics faculty are not just dedicated teachers, they’re also working professionals and leading experts. That means you’ll learn about everything from economic theory to how economics impacts a range of industries, including banking, commerce, entertainment, environmental, health care, and legal. Their vast expertise and mentorship will give you the necessary foundation to excel in your studies. And their vast connections in Central Florida—along with the knowledge you’ll gain—will ensure you meet the local leaders who you can help you excel in whichever sector and position you pursue after graduation.

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Did You Know?

The average annual salary for financial analysts in the U.S. is $81,410. Learn more about how finishing your economics degree can help you advance your career and unlock your earning potential.

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Streamlined Admission

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