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The Economics Minor Program is for non-economics majors interested in a general or specific area of concentration.
The Economics minor program is intended for non‑economics majors who choose to achieve some proficiency in economic analysis. It involves a minimum of eighteen credits in Economics.
The program in economics is designed to develop an understanding of economic relationships in contemporary life in order to equip a student to analyze economic issues of social and economic policy. This includes a systematic introduction to the basic theoretical and empirical techniques of economics. The program seeks to accommodate a broad range of student interests including preparation for careers in business or government, and graduate school in economics, business, law, or public administration.
Required Courses Economics Minor - 6 Credits
Elective Courses Economics Minor - 12 Credits
- ECON 0201 - Intermediate Microeconomics
- ECON 0202 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
- ECON 0204 - Introduction to Mathematical Economics
- ECON 0300 - Money and Banking
- ECON 0301 - Economics and Law
- ECON 0302 - Economic History of the United States
- ECON 0303 - Economics of Development
- ECON 0304 - Urban Economics
- ECON 0305 - Introduction to Econometric Methods
- ECON 0306 - Managerial Economics
- ECON 0307 - Economics, Gender, Race & Ethnicity
- ECON 0312 - Labor Economics
- ECON 0314 - Industrial Organization
- ECON 0315 - Public Finance
- ECON 0316 - Economic History of Europe
- ECON 0318 - International Economics
- ECON 0322 - The Economics of Sports
- ECON 0350 - Current Economic Issues
- ECON 0398 - Senior Research Seminar
- MGMT 0338 - International Business