Associate Professor - Economics & Business Economics [Department Chair], Global and International Studies, Co-Founder of Social Entrepreneurship Program: Amyaz Moledina
A major in Economics provides students with an understanding of the theoretical and quantitative framework for economic analysis. A number of unique electives--including environmental economics, urban economics, health economics and the economics of race--equip Wooster students with specialized knowledge. The department's second major offering in Business Economics prepares students for graduate work in economics, quantitative coursework and accounting.
The department of Economics and Business Economics is located in the Burton D Morgan Hall.