Economics majors are prepared for graduate school and for management positions in business, government, and nonprofit organizations. Students who choose graduate school typically pursue international business, economics, business administration (M.B.A.), or law. Recent graduates have been hired as cost accountants, mortgage banking supervisors, high school social studies teachers, 401(K) control representatives, and aides to state legislators. Typical hiring firms include banks, investment firms, Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and nonprofit and government agencies.
Recent graduates have been hired by companies such as IBM, M&T, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Rich Products, and DuPont.