Economics Mentorship Program
Life at PLU is about preparing for life after PLUFall 2020 Resolute article
Economics student paper accepted to National Conference of Undergraduate Research
Congratulations to Hanna Venera for the acceptance of her paper: "Covid19: An Econometric Analysis of Depression Rates" to the 2021 virtual National Conference of Undergraduate Research.
From PLU to Public Health
Amy Spieker ’09 economics/political science alumna on community health advocacy, service and building relationships.More
Economics Students Expand Possibilities
Four PLU women present research at national conference.View Resolute
Economics at PLU
The Pacific Lutheran University Economics department equips students with expertise in economics and its applications in fields such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, development, trade, international and environmental economics. Are you interested in learning more about application of economics to real-world problems of policy and business?
Our department offers the unique opportunity to participate in an economics alumni mentoring program for all majors to help you prepare for your life beyond PLU. In addition, your coursework and senior project (capstone), will provide you with a thorough understanding of economic issues as well as rigorous analytical and presentations skills necessary for today’s jobs. Check out the Opportunities tab to learn more about EconClub and other opportunities in the department of economics at PLU.
Economics in Tech
“I was able to attend the National Association for Business Economics Conference with the funding of the economics department. We were able to hear renowned speakers from Amazon, Google and other high-profile tech companies. Not only was it a great opportunity for me to further my learning in economics it a was chance to network with many professionals in the field of economics. In addition to attending the conference, we were given the amazing opportunity to tour Amazon with PLU alumni, Desiree Domini. It was excited to see inside Amazon headquarters and talk to Desiree about her path to success with the company.”
— Madison Salisbury