What do you love?
Do you care about the less fortunate in society? Do you want to help resolve global issues like poverty and development? Are you intrigued by Canada’s role in the international community? Is leaving a legacy of positive change important to you?
Calculate your passion in Economics.
Learn more about Economics at the U of L!
As a prospective student interested in economics, you have already demonstrated that you want to make a difference in the world. In it's broadest sense, economics is the study of how to best allocate valuable resources in a world where resources are scarce. Economists develop policies to address some of the world's toughest problems, like chronic poverty, poor sanitation, literacy and education, racial and gender equality, feeding populations and defining legal rights. Economists also understand where to draw the line between the roles of government and the private sector in the economy. Many rewarding career paths are available to students with training in economics (see the Resources tab).
As a new or returning student to our institution we want to help you find the information you're looking for, so we've provided a list of useful links below to get you started on your way. You can also download our department brochure.
However, should you find that you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at:
(403) 329-2518 or complete our on-line inquiry