Economists are central players in setting government policy — from social programs to economic development. In the private sector, they contribute to market research for new products, evaluate the impact of mergers, and assess tax policy. If you’re interested in human resources, the environment, international development, international financial markets, or money and banking, you might consider a major in Economics.
For course overrides, see the secretary in SB302.
Mark Raymond, PhD
Bernadine M. Halliday
Chair, Atlantic Research Group on Economics of Immigration, Aging and Diversity
There is a Sobey Economics Society for students. For more information about student societies, check with the Saint Mary’s University Students Association.