“Economics is more than just the study of money or numbers or things like that,” says Pablo Muldoon ’13, a Notre Dame economics and Program of Liberal Studies major from Doylestown, Penn. “It’s more a way of looking at how human beings interact with each other, whether that be in a market setting of a firm releasing its product or the economics of the family.”
Muldoon, who now works at a global consulting firm in Chicago, says he found his time in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters very rewarding.
“Not only do you get the business skills background majoring in economics, but you also have the benefit of being a part of an integrated liberal arts education.”
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