All of us participate in the economy. Each and every day we engage in economic systems as consumers, workers, business owners and voters. Society faces important issues including poverty, unemployment, and environmental degradation and studying economics helps empowers us to make responsible economic choices.
At King's, the Economics program is taught through a distinctly Christian perspective which recognizes that the economy is part of God's good creation. We are called to be stewards of the resources God has given us.
Economics students examine various economic models, trends, and realities and seek to understand the role of economics in the context of the rest of society. Students consider how social, political and environmental issues are intertwined with economic activity and how this can structured in a way that will help us live well, while seeking justice, peace, and the integrity of creation.
Economics programs offered at King's
Available as a major
- 4-Year Bachelor of Arts in Politics, History & Economics
Available as a concentration
- 4-Year Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies (Economics and Politics concentration)
Available as a minor
- B.A. (excluding 3-Year SSCI major or 4-Year PHES major)
- 4-Year B.Sc.(BIOL & CMPT majors)