At Carnegie Mellon, you’ll experience a more comprehensive, in-depth, and data-informed approach to economics. With five degree options, five concentrations, and many course electives, the undergraduate economics program prepares you to lead, innovate, and stand apart.
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CMU Washington D.C. Study Program
From embassy headquarters to nongovernmental organizations, think tanks to advocacy organizations, and consulting firms to media outlets, Washington, D.C., is a focal point for many international and public policy activities.
Gain a global perspective first hand. Throughout extensive opportunities to study, work, intern, and volunteer abroad, you'll learn how other economists, businesses, and governments operate, interact, plan, and make decisions.
Leadership, Professionalism, and Careers
We offer outstanding opportunities for leadership and career development through a program consisting of four components: leadership development, career exploration, skill development, and student organizations.