Economics can be broadly defined as a study of human behaviors that focuses on finding solutions to help improve lives. We offer flexible degree options that can be tailored to a variety of career choices.
You don't have to sacrifice quality to get an education you can afford.
Most classes are limited to 15-25 students, which allows professors to devote time to individual students.
Our graduates have a great record of finding employment soon after graduation.
EWU's Economics Department offers a variety of electives to support you in your career goals.
Business & Public Affairs
Money & Banking
Economics majors have a wide variety of opportunities to engage in student research and participation in economic events.
The student club hosts a variety of events including guest speakers, career workshops, movies, and other social events.
In the past, students have participated in a regional conference such as the Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference (PNREC), where they have competed against other regional university student teams in the Federal Reserve Simulation hosted by the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank.
High achieving students who maintain a GPA above 3.0 in their economics courses are eligible for induction into Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE), the International Honor Society in Economics.