A comprehensive curriculum, distinctive learning opportunities and an accomplished dedicated faculty are among the many reasons for studying business economics or economics at SUNY Cortland.
Our business economics program offers course work typical of a traditional business administration major, but with a much stronger foundation in economic theory and applied economics. You’ll be able to explore international trade and finance, economic development, money and banking, or environmental economics, plus interesting and timely topics related to government spending, globalization and the importance of politics and our economy.
Your classroom learning will be integrated with internships and other real-world experiences. You’ll also have opportunities to do research with faculty, such as examining the economic impact of the New York Jets summer training camp on Cortland County.
A Cortland economics degree offers ideal preparation for graduate or law school, or for a successful career in business, management, investing or public policy.
To minimize the spread of COVID-19, the economics department is able to assist you remotely Monday-Friday from 8am to 4:30pm. Call us at 607-753-4109 or email us. We are also open for limited in-person assistance from 9am-1pm. Please find additional information below.
Contact: Patrick McLorn
WebEx: To schedule a virtual meeting via WebEx, please email us.
Oct. 12, 2021
Reservations now open for “On the Move: Populations in Crisis,” planned for Wednesday, Oct. 13 and Thursday, Oct. 14.
Aug. 17, 2021
Nine high-achieving students earned a summer undergraduate research fellowship in 2021, helping them pursue full-time scholarly work with a faculty member.
June 3, 2021
The Cortland team maximized this year’s virtual simulation of European-style government.
Oct. 13, 2020
Phi Kappa Phi will fund a redesigned course on the famous park’s geography, history and economy.
Sept. 28, 2020
Rick Pollack ’77 heads the American Hospital Association and has led the nation’s response to COVID-19.