The Economics and Business Department introduces its students to the principles
of economics, business, and accounting within the context of the liberal arts tradition.
From introductory courses in economic principles to specialized courses in finance,
tax, and business policy, students are taught to analyze, to synthesize, and to
look at alternative approaches.
As a result, graduates are prepared to deal effectively with varied economic and
business issues. They are also prepared to view society through the prism of several
areas of study, including literature, philosophy, history, mathematics, and the
In short, the department prepares its graduates to be literate, competent, and sensitive
individuals who are capable of making significant contributions to society as a
whole, as well as to a specific employer. With respect to employment, graduates
should be able to move rapidly upward in their careers as a result of their rigorous
and broadly based education at Randolph-Macon.
The department offers majors in Accounting, Economics, and Economics/Business as
well as minors in Accounting and Economics.
For information about the programs and faculty in the department, please use the
navigate through our site and feel free to contact any member of the department
with questions you may have.
Make plans now for the 2015 January-term travel/study course. Economics 383 will
be offered by Drs. Lang and Pfitzner and travel to Cambridge and London, England.
For more information, contact them at email@example.com
Applications for summer internships will be due in late April. If you have an interest
in pursuing an internship, please contact our department's internship liaison, Dr.
Showalter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated 4/10/2014