|Microeconomic Principles and Problems|
|Macroeconomic Principles and Problems|
|Applied Econometrics (for BSBA only)|
|Select 12 credits from courses below:
|Public Finance and Fiscal Policy|
|Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment|
|Economics of Developing Countries|
|Economic Problems of Latin America|
|Contemporary Issues in Monetary Economics|
|International Monetary Economics|
|Mathematical Economics (Fall only)|
|Labor Economics (Spring only)|
|Mathematical Economics II (Spring only)|
|Advanced Microeconomic Theory|
Business Students must take ECO 211, 212, 302* and three additional Economics courses. Non-business students in any school or college may minor in Economics. Non-business students must take ECO 211, 212, 302 and two additional Economics courses.
All courses submitted for the major or minor must be completed with a grade of "C-" or higher and with an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher.
Economics may be the major of a candidate for the Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. Interested candidates should contact the departmental chair.
*MTH 109 or MAS 110 or a higher level Calculus course is required of all Economics majors and minors. The Calculus course must be completed before enrolling in ECO 302.
Additional Areas of Study
- Computer Information Systems
- Health Sector Management and Policy
- Human Resource Management
- International Finance and Marketing
- Legal Studies
- Management Science
- Real Estate