The minor in Economics allows students to sample what economics has to offer. Students are required to take Principles of Macroeconomics (201), Principles of Microeconomics (202) and either Microeconomics (303) or Macroeconomics (304). These courses lay out the basic theoretical framework that economists use to view the world. Students take Introduction to Economic Analysis (300) to learn how economists do research, use statistical analysis, and present their findings in either written or verbal form. Students fill out the minor by taking 3 courses in the fields of economics that most interest them.
|ECON 201B||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|or ECON 202B||Principles of Microeconomics|
|or ECON 304||Macroeconomics|
|ECON 300||Introduction to Economic Analysis||3|
|Select 9 additional credits in upper level economics courses||9|