The Economics department offers several scholarships to help our students.
Through an internship, students can receive practical experience in a business- or economics-related career while employers benefit from their skills and assistance.
Study Abroad is an integral part of the Economics Department's program. A trip abroad is required for all students working on the International Track of the program. Trips to Ireland and Germany are planned for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Students may contact the Economics Department at 912.344.2539 with questions.
Here you can find links to a variety of resources to assist you in your business or economics research.
The department of economics at Armstrong State University is proud to offer membership in the Rho Chapter of Georgia Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honors Society in Economics. Omicron Delta Epsilon is a highly acclaimed honors society with over 670 chapters worldwide. There are numerous benefits to becoming a member of ODE:
To graduate with departmental honors in Economics, the student must complete a senior research project with satisfactory written and oral reports (as judged by a committee of faculty) and must have an economics grade point average of at least 3.5.
The Economics Club at Armstrong is dedicated to providing educational and recreational opportunities to all members of the Armstrong community interested in economics. Activities reflect the interests of our members. For further information, contact Dr. Jason Beck by email at Jason.Beck@armstrong.edu.
Annual Monica Lewis Economics Competition
Each year, the Economics department hosts the Monica Lewis Economics Competition. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lewis have provided both the motivation and financial support for this competition. Mr. Lewis is an Armstrong and Economics department alumnus and also a member of the Economics department's advisory board. The Competition is in Honor of Monica Lewis, his sister, and is intended to give students another opportunity to grow, and to build a solid foundation for their adult lives.
Student teams will have the opportunity to compete from a prize pool up to $7500.
For more information, contact: 912.344.2539