Students in either the Economics or the Business/Economics major may earn academic credit for work experience. Students may earn between 1 and 4 hours of academic credit; each hour of credit means 40 hours of work with the internship organization. Check out the Internship FAQs
As part of Dr. Min-Dong Paul Lee’s Principles of Management course, students seek out a mentor, and then blog about what they learn. Hear from Business Economics students about the value of mentoring
Wheaton College offers a variety of study abroad opportunities, including the FPE Abroad international study program, which allows students to earn eight credit hours in business and economics and/or international relations courses while studying the interaction of political and economic policy, the effects of globalization on human flourishing, and the economic well being of countries. Learn More >
Beyond the classroom, these organizations offer students a chance to cultivate their interest in business and economics - and have some fun!
The purpose of this club is to glorify God by educating students interested in international business and/or economics and by helping them to pursue their academic or career interests in this or related fields. Advisor: Dr. Paul Lee
Student-Managed Investment Fund
Equips and educates members in the process of managing the group’s fund through immersion in an environment that seeks to replicate that of a professional asset manager. Advisor: Dr. Seth Norton
The Honors Program at Wheaton College offers eligible students advanced independent work, which culminates in a senior thesis and an Honors designation on the transcript and in the graduation program. Students must apply at least one year before their expected graduation date in order to be considered for this program. Please reference the College Catalog for details.