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Undergraduate Program

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It’s more than supply and demand.

As an undergraduate student in economics, you will gain relevant insights through our unusually broad and deep curriculum, with particular strengths in international economics, spatial environmental economics, applied econometrics, and development economics.

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Major or Minor in Economics

In your economics coursework, gain an understanding of how economies work and develop the problem-solving skills you need to address complex issues for the betterment of all.

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Explore Courses in Economics

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Undergraduate Research

Conduct research in a required capstone course or apply to pursue departmental honors, allowing you to work closely with a faculty adviser on a research project.

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Careers and Internships

Explore your career options and pursue an internship to apply what you have learned in the classroom. Your degree in economics will prepare you for graduate school or a career in business, environmental and urban planning, management, international development, and other fields.

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Student Activities

The Undergraduate Economics Club and the Omicron Delta Epsilon honor society host talks and social events to help students in economics get to know each other and to share common interests.

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Study Abroad

Explore Clark’s Study Abroad and Away Program, including programs at the London School of Economics and Clark’s May Term Program in Luxembourg.

Contact Information

Department of Economics

Office Location
  • Jonas Clark Hall, Room 124
    950 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01610
  • 1-508-793-7226
  • 1-508-793-8849 Fax
Additional Contact Information
  • Computer Lab
    1-508-793-7229
  • Graduate Lounge
    1-508-793-7238