• Kelsey Chapman

    Economics major Kelsey Chapman '15 studies the historical complexity of Israel

  • Rim

    Dr. Rimvydas Baltaduonis publishes article in “Experimental Economics”

  • Sanger

    First-year KJ Sanger teaches grad students in Lithuania

  • Fed Challenge

    Fed Challenge team takes second place at annual competition

  • Finance Competition

    Economics team captures second place at Gill/McDaniel College Finance Case Competition

  • 8th Gondwe Lecture

    Jonathan Ostar speaks at the 8th Annual Gondwe Lecture

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    The Energy Economics & Public Policy class toured the Hunterstown combined cycle power plant in Fall 2013

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    Panel discussion with Ellen Weintraub, Chair, Federal Election Commission and Bob Biersack, Center for Responsive Politics, ”Money Rules: Politics and Policy After Citizen United.”

Economics Programs

The study of economics is more vital in today's world than ever before.  The exchange of and competition for goods and services -- in the United States and around the world -- influences everything from small-scale community decisions to global geopolitics.

Economics is offered as both a major and a minor.

Mathematical Economics is offered as a major.

A liberal arts degree in economics offers a wide range of career options.

Find out more about our programs, explore the courses offered, and meet our faculty.

Learn about GLEE

Gettysburg's latest economics lab easily transforms from a teaching classroom to a research facility. See how, and learn more.

Student/Faculty Research

The Department offers opportunities for students to conduct in-depth research and collaborate with faculty on economic research projects. Examples of student research projects are published annually in the Gettysburg Economic Review.