Strong Hall, the home of the College of Humanities and Public Affairs, is a four-story, state-of-the-art building located on the western edge of the MSU campus. Close to convenient, covered garage parking in Bear Park South and several surface lots, Strong Hall is also near the Duane G. Meyer Library.
Strong Hall’s spaces include:
- Computer labs
- Accessibility – Power-assisted doors, elevator/chair lift
- Modern glass curtain wall
- Open atrium lobby
Economics majors and minors have access to Strong Hall 362, which is a computer lab specifically for economics students. Also, Strong Hall 305 is a computer classroom in which all computers have preloaded software for use in Econometrics classes.
Bureau of Economic Research
The Bureau of Economic Research, housed within the economics department, serves as a clearinghouse of data and publications on economic conditions within the region, state and nation. The bureau can provide consulting services and produce detailed GIS maps, economic and industry forecasts and other relevant reports on a per-fee basis.
Center for Economic Education
The Center for Economic Education offers teacher training conferences, workshops, seminars and other resources to local K-12 school districts to help them teach economics in the high school classroom. It is the only Center for Economic Education in southwest Missouri.
Studying for your test and need a little extra help? Our department offers sample tests to help students in ECO 155 and ECO 165 prepare for their exams and excel in these classes.