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Looking to study Economics in the Southeast? We've compiled a list of the Best Colleges For Economics In The Southeast. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
Duke University
#14 College for economics
North Carolina
$63,430 / year
$63,430 / year
Vanderbilt University
#24 College for economics
Tennessee
$56,914 / year
$56,914 / year
University of Virginia | UVA
#29 College for economics
Virginia
$16,048 / year
$41,428 / year
North Carolina
$13,076 / year
$40,836 / year
Wake Forest University
#42 College for economics
North Carolina
$58,392 / year
$58,392 / year
Washington and Lee University
#48 College for economics
Virginia
$59,975 / year
$59,975 / year
Virginia
$27,368 / year
$50,864 / year
Tulane University
#54 College for economics
Louisiana
$59,670 / year
$59,670 / year
University of Richmond
#55 College for economics
Virginia
$57,500 / year
$57,500 / year
Centre College
#57 College for economics
Kentucky
$43,260 / year
$43,260 / year
George Mason University
#65 College for economics
Virginia
$17,706 / year
$41,166 / year
Davidson College
#66 College for economics
North Carolina
$53,422 / year
$53,422 / year
University of Florida
#89 College for economics
Florida
$11,090 / year
$33,368 / year
Virginia Tech
#96 College for economics
Virginia
$18,266 / year
$37,856 / year
Clemson University
#101 College for economics
South Carolina
$20,076 / year
$43,068 / year