As a mathematical economics major at Bucknell, you'll dig past the data in spreadsheets and trend curves to uncover real stories and understand the quantitative models that drive global economic decisions.
As you acquire an ever-growing library of statistical and mathematical methods and apply them to economic questions, you'll learn more than just how to conduct an economic analysis. You'll understand why the analysis works. The powerful quantitative, interdisciplinary and critical thinking skills our students gain lead nearly half of our graduates to jobs as analysts their first year after Bucknell.
Other recent graduates have found fulfilling careers as traders, actuaries and financial advisers, and have been accepted to graduate programs in biostatistics, law, commerce and finance.