Economics and Finance
Economics and Finance provide a bridge between the liberal arts and business programs by offering fundamental survey courses to satisfy the degree requirements of both social science and business students. The Department's courses provide an understanding of the origins, characteristics, and functions of economic and financial systems. The courses will enable students to develop critical thinking skills while studying the structure and dynamics of the U.S. and global economies.
Students wishing to pursue study at the Baccalaureate level in economics or finance should consult an advisor in the Department of Economics and Finance.
View the Economics and Finance department's course descriptions in the current College Catalog.
The Department of Economics and Finance encourages student participation in our student sponsored clubs and activities. Please contact a faculty advisor for more information, or visit the NCC Student Club Directory.
Economics and Finance Club
Ethel Weeks (Ethel.Weeks@ncc.edu)
Investment Banking and Financial Markets Club
Darleen Braunshweiger (Darleen.Monaco@ncc.edu)
Wall Street Club
Robert Strain (Robert.Strain@ncc.edu)
Center for economic education
The New York State Council on Economic Education, established in 1959, is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)3 educational organization dedicated to ending economic illiteracy by improving the quantity and quality of economic education in our public and private schools, kindergarten through grade 12.