Resources for Prospective Students
Although the Berry Center works directly with students in Economics, Business and Public Policy, the resources are available to students across campus who might not necessarily have an Economics and Business or Politics major. We are eager to work with any motivated student who has an interest in an interdisciplinary study that includes Economics and Business or Public Policy.
Please take a look at some of the extraordinary opportunities that the Berry Center provides for students:
- Independent Study Projects
- Reading Groups
- GMAT Test Preparation Program
- Graduate Study Preparation
- Undergraduate Academic Research
- Networking with Alumni and Prospective Employers
- Career Planning
- Job shadowing
The Berry Center provides support to students pursuing a wide range of interests related to economics, business, and public policy. We welcome questions from prospective students at any time. Please contact Berry Center Associate Director, Jamie Waldron for more information.