The Economics minor provides a program of study of micro and macroeconomics in both theoretical and applied courses, so that students will have significant exposure to economic reasoning and analysis. Although less rigorous than the economic major, the economics minor will be useful to students preparing for professional careers in business, or for graduate study in a variety of other fields in which economic analysis is complementary to the advanced practice of the discipline.
Total: 6 Courses
Required Courses (3 courses):
ECO 101 Principle of Microeconomics
ECO 102 Principle of Macroeconomics
ECO 301 Intermediate Microeconomics*
ECO 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics
*Note: ECO 300 Quantitative Methods in Economics is a pre-requisite for ECO 301, so students choosing this option must take ECO 300 plus 2 other ECO electives to fulfill the requirements of the minor.
Elective Courses (3 courses):
Any other ECO courses.