The Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) major is an interdisciplinary major that combines studies in political science, philosophy and economics.
The Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) major is an interdisciplinary major that combines studies in political science, philosophy and economics. Students pursuing a Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree will be well prepared for managerial positions in business, industry, government, agencies and non-governmental organizations in addition to law school and graduate work in the respective disciplines.
NNU’s Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) degree is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the intersections between Politics, Philosophy and Economics and train them to think critically and analytically about complex problems. Students in the PPE program take a variety of courses in political science, philosophy and economics and may have the opportunity to participate in internships and study abroad programs. Students who pursue a PPE major develop critical thinking, communication and research skills that can be applied to a variety of career paths. These skills are highly valued in many different fields and can help graduates to make a positive impact in the world.
By pursuing a career with a Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree, students may be able to find employment in:
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