Todd Boruff | Mar. 21, 2014 | Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters
“I knew I wanted to do something with French, and I liked solving problems and taking different strategies to solve them, and so I chose the international economics major,” says senior Natalie Boll from Grosse Pointe, Mich.
Notre Dame’s international economics major in the College of Arts and Letters combines coursework in the Department of Economics with advanced instruction in one of eight languages. This cross-disciplinary approach allows students to develop both the analytical and cultural skills needed by today’s business leaders and global citizens.