This interdisciplinary course, which is cross-listed in economics and political science, explores the relationship between policy and economic outcomes to understand “who gets what” in the United States.
This course explores the important issues of health and healthcare from an economic perspective, including the roles and perspectives of individuals, providers, insurers, and governments, and how their decisions are shaped by different economic, political, and ethical motivations.
After earning a growth and structure of cities degree, Bracker is working with nearby company Turner Construction as a pre-construction engineer.
The East Asian language and culture major is living in Ningbo, China, counseling high school students seeking an education abroad.
The economics major and environmental studies minor combined her academic interests in a thesis exploring the illegal ivory trade.