The Economics Minor is available to all majors.
The goal of the Economics minor is to equip students with the analytical and technical tools for careers in the public and private sectors of a dynamically changing global economy. The Economics minor recognizes the transmission of economic concepts, theories and methods that constitute the necessary knowledge and skills to prepare students for entry level positions in business economics and related fields.
Students who complete this minor demonstrate competency in explaining micro-economic and macro-economic theories, money, banking, and monetary policy, and international economics.
To complete an Economics Minor, students must take fifteen credits. Of the fifteen credit, one 3-credit course is required, and four courses consisting of elective courses are required. A minimum of GPA of 2.0 in Economics minor courses is required for successful completion of the minor.
The program is designed to develop competency to:
|Required Courses (3 credits)|
|ECON 301||Economics II|
|Plus 4 courses from the following:|
|ECON 400||Economics Strategy for Business|
|ECON 425||Managerial Economics|
|ECON 430||Macroeconomics I|
|ECON 440||Money and Banking|
|ECON 441||Microeconomics II|
|ECON 442||Macroeconomics II|
|ECON 467||Economics of Environment|
|ECON 470||Economics of Development|
|ECON 480||Comparative Economic Systems|
|ECON 481||Economics of the Asian Pacific|