Economics

Economics

As an economics major, you will learn how to solve problems in business and society. Meredith’s program focuses on the practical applications of economics to everyday situations and dilemmas and offers a high degree of flexibility.

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Our students are thoroughly prepared for graduate study in economics, but they are also well-equipped for meaningful careers right out of college. At Meredith, students can customize their program in a way that maximizes their success. Students can also combine an economics major with another major, in preparation for positions in two different fields.

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Meredith Minute - Explaining the Gender Pay Gap

You may have heard the statistic that a woman makes 80 cents for every dollar a man makes, but do you know what this gap really means? Anne York, professor of economics at Meredith College, offers insight on how the Gender Pay Gap is calculated and the factors that contribute to it.

Sarah Powell

As a first-year student at Meredith College, Business and Economics major Sarah Powell learned that she had the power to advocate for change.

Carol Jablonski

Presidential Scholar Carol Jablonski, ’20 took advantage of opportunities early on at Meredith, allowing her to land a job at MetLife Global Technology months before graduation.

Profile photo of Berekia Divanga

When Berekia Divanga, ’19, moved from Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, to Raleigh in 2012, she brought her ambition and determination.

Broyhill Business Program

The Broyhill Business Fellows Program at Meredith prepares students for top internships and job placements through specially designed leadership and professional-development activities that complement any major field of study in the School of Business. 

Internships

Economics majors have the opportunity to gain hands-on training by completing economics internships with leading businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. Read more about Internships »