The Economics-Accounting major is offered at Claremont McKenna College and may be available to Scripps students. Please consult with the appropriate department chair (or equivalent) at the home college to discuss specific major/minor requirements. Scripps students who declare this major must complete a senior thesis. In addition to having a faculty major adviser in this discipline, Scripps students must maintain a primary Scripps faculty adviser.
The Economics-Accounting major is part of the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance. The major in economics-accounting is a unique opportunity to learn accounting within a liberal arts setting. The major in economics-accounting emphasizes analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills in fields including consulting and financial advisory services. In keeping with the broader aims of a liberal arts education, economics-accounting majors are encouraged to combine study in economics-accounting with other areas of study for a dual or double major while still offering the breadth of courses necessary to prepare students with the technical skills for careers in public accounting, consulting, and financial management.
Please refer to the Claremont McKenna College catalog for major requirements in this major.