Ralph A. Terregrossa, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Economics and Finance
PhD, Economics, Binghamton UniversityMA, Economics and Finance, Binghamton UniversityBA, Economics, State University of NY, College at Cortland
Ralph A. Terregrossa has been an Associate Professor of Economics at St. John's University since 1990. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Binghamton University. Dr. Terregrossa has published articles in The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, International Advances in Economic Research, Journal of Forensic Sciences, Educational Review and the Journal for Economic Education. He has received the Tobin College of Business Award for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship, the Provost’s Outstanding Teaching Recognition Award and the President’s Faculty Outstanding Achievement Award. Serving as faculty advisor, Dr. Terregrossa recently led a team of Tobin College of Business undergraduate students that took first place in the Maiden Lane Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York College Fed Challenge.

Teaching Interests

Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, International Economics and Finance, Monetary Economics

Research Interests

Examining the Impact of Student Behavior and Learning Styles on Student Performance in Introductory Economics, Finance, and other Business Courses

Courses Taught

BUS
1100
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
COLL
101
THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
ECO
200
MANAGERIAL ECO & FORECASTING
ECO
1301
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
ECO
1302
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
ECO
1326
ECO HISTORY OF THE WESTERN COM
ECO
2309
MONEY AND BANKING
ECO
3341
MACROECONOMIC THEORY
ECO
4340
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
ECO
4345
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS
HON
1301
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
HON
1302
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II