Berry Center Program Components
- Introduction of courses in economics and finance, and related social sciences, which emphasize applied economics, data literacy and quantitative analysis.
- Promotion of the interdisciplinary study of public policy, with particular emphasis on the use of economic analysis to evaluate political, social and business issues.
- Development of an internship program that creates high-quality experiential learning opportunities for majors in economics and business and other related fields.
- Provision of experiential learning opportunities in economics, business and public policy through off-campus courses, interaction with distinguished visitors, summer employment, and student-faculty research.
- Organization of public lectures, symposia and workshops, thereby contributing to the intellectual life of the community.
- Financial and academic support for student-centered scholarship, including research projects, independent study and travel to attend conferences.
- Creation of support programs that enhance student preparation for graduate study, with a special emphasis on MBA programs.