Business and Economics

In an information- and data-driven world, our dedicated faculty work closely with each student to help them become effective thinkers and communicators. 

At the Museum of Communism in Prague, Czech Republic. Students and faculty of ECON 223, Economies...

The BE department offers a major in Applied Economics as well as minors in Economics, Finance and Accounting, and Management Studies. From introductory courses through senior capstones, students in our majors and minors learn to apply economic theory to real-life situations, analyze data, write effectively, and make compelling presentations.  

While at Ursinus, roughly 80% of applied economics majors complete internships that give them a leg up on finding jobs after graduation. Upon graduation, they enter a variety of careers  — working in supply chain, business analytics, finance, and marketing. Employers includes JP Morgan Chase, TD Bank, Vanguard, SEI, Clemens Food Group, and more. Some graduates pursue advanced study in economics, law and business-related fields, while others start businesses, building on experiences fostered by U-Imagine! The Center for Integrative and Entrepreneurial Studies. 

Thanks to a curriculum that encourages the development of both analytical and “soft” skills, our graduates advance to leadership positions within their organizations and professions. 

Business and Economics News

Rising NFL Analytics Star Finds Purpose with the Dolphins

Following a 2017 internship with the Somerset Patriots, a minor league baseball team in her home state of New Jersey, Jill Falduto ’19 knew two things she wanted for the next summer: She wanted to again work in sports—and she wanted to go bigger. So during her junior year, she submitted more than 30 applications in hopes of landing an internship with a larger team. Her efforts paid off when the Miami Dolphins offered her a ticketing operations internship at Hard Rock Stadium for the summer of 2018.
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Business and Economics

610-409-3583
Scott Deacle, Chair
sdeacle@ursinus.edu