Economics Minor


The programs in Economics are 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 programs seek 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 in Economics - 6 Semester Hours

ECON0101Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON0102Principles of Microeconomics

Electives in Economics - 12 Semester Hours

ECON0201 Microeconomics Theory
ECON0202 Macroeconomics Theory
ECON0204 Introduction to Mathematical Economics
ECON0300 Money and Banking (offered each year)
ECON0302 Economic History of the United States
ECON0303 Economics of Development
ECON0304 Urban Economics
ECON0305 Introduction to Econometric Methods
ECON0306 Managerial Economics
ECON0307 Economics of Gender, Race and Ethnicity
ECON0312 Labor Economics
ECON0314 Industrial Organization
ECON0315 Public Finance
ECON0316 Economic History of Europe
ECON0318 International Economics
ECON0319 Development of Economic Thought
ECON0320 Environmental Economics
ECON0321 Natural Resource Economics
ECON0322 Economics of Sports
ECON0350 Contemporary Economic Issues
ECON0398 Senior Research Seminar
ECON0399 Independent Study (3-6 credits)
MGMT0338 International Business
* Electives are offered every other year.