Majors, minors & more
College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
- Offered as:
- Specialization track in Economic Sciences
Quantitative economics is a specialization track in the economic sciences major.
This option builds a strong foundation in basic economics and provides students with the skills to understand and use more advanced statistical and mathematical models, preparing them for careers involving data analysis or for advanced education, such as a Ph.D. in economics or related field.
- Signature courses
The quantitative economics specialization incorporate courses such as these:
Strategy and Game Theory
Monetary Theory and Policy
See the WSU Catalog for degree requirements and talk with your academic advisor about planning and scheduling your courses. All students must meet requirements as outlined in the catalog in order to graduate.
- Scholarships and finances
A variety of state, federal, and university-sponsored programs are available to help students with educational costs.
For all students at WSU
Washington State University awards millions of dollars in financial aid and scholarships to students every year based on financial need, academic merit, or a combination of the two.
To get all the financial help WSU can provide, start by doing these two things:
- Complete the University's general scholarship application so you can be eligible for scholarship consideration.
- Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) so WSU can consider you for aid (scholarships, grants, loans, etc.) based on financial need.
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For students in economic sciences
In addition to general university scholarships and other financial aid, WSU offers scholarships specifically for students who are studying economics.
The School of Economic Sciences offers the Jeffrey Krautkraemer "Pay It Forward" scholarship to students who have a major or minor in economics and have a demonstrated interest in environmental issues. Preference is given to first-generation students.
The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences awards roughly $600,000 to students annually, and economic science majors are eligible.