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Detroit Mercy Economics Program Rankings

Whether you want to be come an entrepreneur, business manager, politician, physician, teacher or lawyer or, perhaps, already are one, University of Detroit Mercy's undergraduate and graduate programs in economics and financial economics will provide you with the foundations for success as you advance along your career path. Our programs will prepare you for a boundless future. Learn about each program in more detail on the program website.

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Great Things At Detroit Mercy

  • The Detroit Mercy Economics program is ranked:
    • #1 for best online master's in economics programs by AffordableCollegesOnline.org
    • #4 in Best Online Programs Master's in Economics by BestColleges.com
    • #5 in top colleges for economics in Michigan by Zippia.com
    • #6 in best value colleges for an online master's in economics by CollegeValuesOnline.com.
    • #11 in master's of financial economics programs by TFETimes.com
    • Top 25 for 2018 for online colleges for value: Master's - Finance by GuideToOnlineSchools.com
  • Classes are offered at our McNichols Campus in Detroit and at the Macomb University Center in Clinton Township. Graduate classes are available online with the added flexibility of learning at your convenience and finishing within one academic year.
  • The accelerated options allow you to save time and tuition by earning your bachelor's and master's degrees in five years.
  • All courses are taught by faculty members.
  • Small class sizes allow personal interaction and robust discussions.
  • In the tradition of our Jesuit and Mercy sponsors, you will receive a well-rounded liberal arts education. In addition, you will learn the fundamentals of economics while broadening your world view.

Your Boundless Future

Graduates in the field of economics go on to work in law, government, business, finance and education. Occupations include economist, financial analyst, investment analyst, statistician, stockbroker, actuary, accountant, auditor, loan officer, banker, market research analyst and more. An economics degree is also a solid foundation for a number of graduate and professional school programs.

View the Bureau of Labor Statistics information for these professions.

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Contact Info

Victoria Mantzopoulos, Ph.D.
Associate Dean & Professor
313-993-3254
armstrov@udmercy.edu

Featured Alumnus

Mike DiGiovanni

Mike DiGiovanni '70, '72
Executive in Residence &
Adjunct Professor of Economics

“Never in my wildest imagination could I have envisioned that the graduate course that I took at University of Detroit Mercy on economic forecasting—which so inspired me that I instantly knew that I wanted to pursue forecasting as a career—would one day lead to my having the privilege to run global economic and industry forecasting for one of the Big Three automotive giants.”

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