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Economics

The Flexibility of Mixing Liberal Arts with Finance

Looking for a solid foundation for just about any career in the business world? Then Economics is the major for you.

Economics teaches you more than just how a market is created and functions, it teaches you why.

At St. Francis College Economics students compete against top colleges in the region at the annual College Fed Challenge organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. St. Francis recently made the semi-final in this competition.

Our students learn how to incorporate features of the real world into the basic models of how an economy works. The department is particularly strong in its coverage of international economic relations and has helped students gain internships at the United Nations, NGOs, as well as organizations like the Clinton Foundation.

An Economics degree is flexible and allows students to pursue a variety of career options. Most Economics majors enter the business world, but many are also successful in:

  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Government
  • Non-profits
  • International relations
  • Academic roles

Economics majors at St. Francis College enjoy the flexibility of a broad liberal arts education, as well as opportunities for more specialized training. Our students can choose from three concentrations within the Economics major:

  • Finance
  • International Economics
  • Public Policy

Many of our graduates also go on to pursue graduate studies in economics as well as business, law, and public administration.

Outcomes

Prepare for

an impactful career

SFC graduates are prepared to apply the principles of economics to real-world situations.

Hands On Training

Students are offered more specialized training in finance, international economics, or public policy.

Bright Futures

Compete against top colleges in the region at the annual College Fed Challenge.

Career Success

Prepare for the necessary cognitive and communication skills.
Economics Faculty
Assistant Professor of Economics

Olivia Bullio Mattos

Adjunct Professor

Brother Geoffrey Clement O.S.F.

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Office: 718.489.5339 
Director of International Study, History Professor

Timothy Houlihan

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Office: 718.489.5290 
Associate Professor

Julio Huato

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Office: 718.489.5331 
Department Chairperson

Eric W. Platt

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Office: 718.489.3437 
Associate Professor / Program Director of Honors Program / Director, Women's and Gender Studies Minor / Director, The Center for Women's & Gender Studies

Sara Rzeszutek

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Office: 718.489.2002 
Professor

Behrouz Tabrizi

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Office: 718-489-5445 
Adjunct Professor

Kareen Williams

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Office: 718-489-3461 
Adjunct Professor

Arnold J. Sparr

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Office: 718-489-5232 
Professor Emeritus

Sister Marianne Sennick

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Office: 718-489-5332 
Scholar-in-Residence

Fred Siegel

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Office: 718-489-5459 
Professor

Frank Sorrentino

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Office: 718-489-5231 
Student Stories

Outcomes Driven Education

Our Economics graduates come from all walks of life, with one thing in common: the desire and drive to serve their communities.

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