Develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and data analysis skills that are essential for understanding and solving current issues — from climate change to government accountability to inequality. 


What You’ll Learn:

  • Quantitative skills to tackle today’s most pressing challenges. 
  • How to conduct real-world analytical work in diverse fields. 

What You’ll Do:

  • “Act like an economist” in competitions, internships, and workshops. 
  • Collaborate with faculty on research and conference presentations. 

Where You’ll Go:

  • Major corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations. 
  • Esteemed graduate schools to advance your career preparation. 

Program Level: Undergraduate

Offered As: Major, Minor

College/School: College of Arts & Sciences

Our Students

Where Our Students Go

Values-driven economics graduates are making a difference in business, nonprofit, and government organizations and bringing their globally influenced knowledge to prestigious graduate programs.

  • Amica Mutual Insurance
  • Analysis Group
  • BAE Systems
  • BlackRock
  • Boston Hill Advisors
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
  • Fidelity Investments
  • LGCY Power
  • Mercer
  • MFS Investment Management
  • PwC
  • Regional Economic Models, Inc.
  • Travelers
  • Brooklyn Law School
  • Bryant University
  • City, University of London
  • University of Michigan
  • University of New Hampshire

Learn Through Experience

Economics student meets with Professor Ramesh Mohan.

Internships and Career Advancement


Clubs and Organizations

  • Join the Bryant Economics Student Association.
  • Compete against other students from top institutions in the College Fed Challenge

College Fed Challenge

Compete against other students from top institutions in the College Fed Challenge. In this team competition that models the Federal Open Market Committee, you’ll work together with fellow Bryant students to analyze economic and financial conditions and formulate a monetary policy recommendation. Present your findings to a panel of judges who are experts in the field and gain firsthand experience in developing economic policy. Bryant’s team has regularly finished as a regional finalist.

About This Program