After Graduation

After Graduation

Economics graduates are well poised for graduate study in economics or law, as well as direct entry into careers in business, public policy and the non-profit sector. Many of our graduates pursue advanced economics or law degrees at prestigious universities such as:
     • Harvard
     • Carnegie Mellon
     • Wake Forest
     • George Mason
     • The University of Chicago
     • The University of Virginia
     • The University of Michigan 

Others continue their studies at think tanks such as:
     • Heritage Foundation
     • Family Research Council
     • Mackinac Center for Public Policy


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B.S. in Business Economics

​After completing both major and core requirements, students are able to articulate and critique a variety of economic viewpoints and are equipped for careers in a wide range of fields.

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B.A. in Economics

​After completing both major and core requirements, students will be able to articulate and critique a variety of economic viewpoints and will be equipped for careers in a wide range of fields including economics, public policy and philanthropy.

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After Graduation

​Our economics graduates are well poised for graduate study in economics or law, as well as direct entry into careers in business, public policy and the non-profit sector.

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

​Economics students practice and develop their knowledge through a variety of research opportunities, including independent studies and research assistantships with economics faculty.

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Related Resources

​Economics students at Grove City College are also encouraged to take advantage of a variety of extracurricular resources such as conferences, seminars and study abroad opportunities to deepen their economic understanding.

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Minor in Economics

​The minor equips students with an excellent foundation to understand and apply western classical economic theory in contemporary society, serving as an excellent complement to any other field of study.

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