Vision: The Economics Department vision is to be a quality academic department that provides best possible education to our undergraduate and graduate students, trains student scholars and fosters original intellectual growth through research.
Mission: Our mission is to prepare our students, through high quality teaching and research, to be engaged and informed citizens, and to contribute productively in their careers using knowledge learned during their study of Economics.
Degrees offered: The Economics Department offers a B.A. in Economics, an M.A. in Economics, and a Minor in Economics.
Program goals: Economics Department Program Goals.
For more information on our undergraduate and graduate programs, student resources, faculty, current activities in the department, or alumni, please follow the main navigation links or contact us.
San Francisco State University, Department of Economics invites applicants for a tenure-track position in Economics beginning September 2019. Please refer to the Assistant Professor of Urban Economics position announcement (pdf). The deadline for submissions is November 22, 2019. More information is available in the position description (pdf).
Economics Department Open House
"FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS" SAVE THE DATE FOR GATOR FEST! - AUGUST 22, 2019.
Economics Department would like to welcome you to a student-staff-faculty mixer on August 22nd at 2-3pm. You will get a chance to meet the faculty, learn about mandatory advising, the Economics Student Association, available jobs and student assistantships and more. Refreshments will be provided. Location: HSS 143.
Follow these graduation application steps (pdf) to apply for graduation.
Graduation Application Deadlines:
- Fall 2019: September 27, 2019
- Spring 2020: February 21, 2020
- Summer 2020: July 10, 2020
Economics Computer and Tutoring Labs
Betty Blecha Memorial Lecture
The distinguished lecture on "Equality of Opportunity in America: New Lessons from Big Data" by Dr. Raj Chetty (Stanford University) is now available on the SF State YouTube channel for viewing.