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B.A. in International Political Economy

The international political economy major (IPE) explores the nature and complexities of our increasingly interdependent and politicized global economy from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Program Highlights

  • Interdisciplinary major training students in political, economic, and quantitative analysis, as well as an introduction to other cultures
  • Options to use electives to further specialize their studies according to their interests (including foreign language and global business)
  • Prepare for employment with banks, businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations concerned with the global economy
  • Prepare for graduate and professional training in law, business administration, economics, political science, and international affairs

Contact Us

Rose Hill
Department of Economics
E-503 Dealy Hall

Prof. Mary Burke, Ph.D.
Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies
mburke@fordham.edu

Lincoln Center
Department of Economics
113 West 60th Street (Leon Lowenstein) 924

Prof. Jerome Lahaye, Ph.D.
Associate Chair
jlahaye@fordham.edu

Department of Economics

Prof Johanna Francis, Ph.D.
Department Chair
ajofrancis@fordham.edu