What is the international economics major like at Notre Dame?
"International economics brings that global perspective into economics, and it gives you the opportunity to study a language while you go through it," said international economics major Antonio Villegas Jimenez.
In international economics, you'll take classes like:
- Development Economics
- International Trade
- International Money
- Economic Theory
International economics majors pursue their passions while developing skills such as language proficiency, empathy, critical thinking, and problem solving.
After graduation, students go on to top graduate and professional schools and work in a variety of professions and industries. First jobs include:
- Research assistant, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Commercial banking analyst, JP Morgan
- Associate, Boston Consulting Group
- Research coordinator, U.N. Environment Programme
- Management consultant, PwC
“I could combine this interest in economics and the way that helps you see the world with the opportunity to study Arabic in an advanced way," said international economics major Anastasia Reisinger. "We really get a holistic vision of economics."
“I could combine this interest in economics and the way that helps you see the world with the opportunity to study Arabic in an advanced way. We really get a holistic vision of economics."