Economics and Business
Discover how business and economic theories and policies shape our lives.
Make connections between theory and the real world.
Gain new perspectives on social and political problems by delving into the philosophical foundations, history, and theory.
Build your quantitative and analytical skills.
Randolph College is the ideal place to study economics and business. Given our small classes, you will have opportunities that would simply not be feasible at larger schools: technology-based research projects, independent studies, chances to present your work to your professors and peers.
The department offers a wide variety of opportunities for experiential learning beyond the classroom.
The Randolph Experience
- Senior Capstone
Randolph economics and business students complete their degree with an intensive, research-based project under the guidance of the faculty.
Randolph students gain real world experience through required off-campus internships in a variety of fields, disciplines, and industries.
- Cool Small Classes
Randolph professors offer unique, engaging courses on topics like food and social justice, labor, banking, and international economics, which often take students outside the classroom.
- Intercultural Competence
All Randolph students learn global citizenship with the capability to accurately understand and adapt to cultural differences and find commonality.
Randolph students are prepared for success and find careers in industry, government, and service, as well as acceptance into top graduate schools.