East Stroudsburg University is one of the fourteen institutions in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Founded in 1893 as a Normal School to prepare teachers, the institution changed its name in 1927 to East Stroudsburg State Teachers College and again in 1960 to East Stroudsburg State College, reflecting the addition of liberal arts and science curriculums. In 1983, it achieved university status.
East Stroudsburg University's academic programs combine personalized teaching and real world experience to help you gain the knowledge and skills employers and graduate schools are looking for today. ESU offers over 60 undergraduate programs and 20 graduate degree programs from which to choose.
Department of Economics and Management
The mission of the department of Economics and Management is to provide quality educational programs which prepare the students “…to enter a complex changing global society with competence and confidence.” The department of Economics & Management offers a number of degrees in Economics and Management.