Undergraduate Programs

In addition to degree in Economics, the School offers three minor options. For students interested in developing core knowledge and marketable skills in two separate disciplines, the School offers two joint degree programs in Economics and International Relations and in Global Economics and Modern Languages.

  • B.S. Economics
    We offer a high-quality program of study leading to a Bachelor of Science in Economics, providing the skills and knowledge critical for a life of learning.

  • B.S. Economics & International Affairs (EIA)
    In cooperation with the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, we offer a specialized Bachelor of Science in Economics and International Affairs, focusing on the most pressing issues in our global, interdependent, and multicultural environment.

  • B.S. Global Economics & Modern Languages (GEML)
    In cooperation with the School of Modern Languages, we offer a specialized Bachelor of Science in Global Economics and Modern Languages, providing a unique set of economic and language training that multinational companies desire.

  • B.S./M.S. Economics
    If you are a rising Georgia Tech ECON or EIA junior or senior and are thinking about getting a Masters in Economics then our new B.S./M.S. program is for you.

  • Minor in Economics
    Our Minor in Economics is open to undergraduate students from any discipline and may include coursework in a wide variety of areas.

  • Minor in Microeconomic Analysis (MESA)
    Our Minor in Microeconomic Analysis provides students a 15-hour multidisciplinary educational opportunity to learn strategic decision making designed around microeconomic theory.  

  • Minor in Energy Systems
    In cooperation with the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, we offer a Minor in Energy Systems that allows students to study energy systems as they relate to economics.

Interested in Learning More?

Contact Associate Director of Academic Programs Whitney Buser or Undergraduate Program Director Matt Oliver for more information!