QC Economics
We emphasize top level research and quality teaching. Our faculty come from leading graduate schools and have published in some of the top journals in economics. The last few years have been particularly exciting as we have increased our hiring and expanded our course offerings.

We offer a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, and a Masters of Science in Risk Management. Students who have graduated from these programs have gone on to distinguish themselves in business, elite graduate and law schools, and government service.

You can access some of our working papers on RePEc.

The American Economics Association has launched an informational video entitled "A career in Economics . . . it's much more than you think." This 9-minute film is aimed at anyone who may be investigating economics as a career option but are unclear how broadly a degree in economics can be applied. Available free at the AEA website and on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/135871291.

Success on the World Stage:
Measuring the Impact of Internationalization on Queens College's Minority Immigrant Students

Students and alumni who were born outside the United States (or whose parents were born outside the United States) and who identify themselves as a minority immigrant are invited to participate in the following anonymous survey that should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete:
Completing the survey by April 25th entitles you to be in a drawing for a $100 gift certificate!

Professor Mitchell's New Book
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Professor Karl Mitchell authored a new book, Afrika's Struggle: His Experiential Journey. In the book, Professor Mitchell tells the story of a young boy, taken from Africa as a slave in the 18th century, who becomes a world leader in spite of the many rivers to cross...to freedom. It is a book that was developed from a short story as an assignment when he was 15 years of age. You may visit his website, www.karl-mitchell.com for further information on his book. Professor Mitchell was recently invited to discuss the book at Harvard University.