Economics Minor

A minor in economics builds analytical and computational skills and provides a solid background for students wishing to pursue careers in business, law, government, and academia. Through focused study on microeconomics and macroeconomics, the main disciplines of the field, students will garner a solid foundation upon which they can further build.

Program Requirements

Required Courses
ECON 101Applied Macroeconomics3
ECON 102Applied Microeconomics3
ECON 207Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis3
ECON 208Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis3
Elective Courses
Select 6 credits of the following:6
Economics and Finance for Non-Business Majors
Fundamental Mathematics for Economics
Collective Bargaining: Theory and Practice
Managerial Economics
Economic History of the United States
The Economics of Social Problems
Economics of Professional Sports
Economic History of Europe
Economics of Fine and Performing Arts
Financial Economics
Special Topics in Economics
World Resources and Industries
Money and Banking
Economic Growth and Development
Public Policies Toward Business
Public Finance
Urban and Regional Economics
Labor Economics
Development of Economic Thought
Quantitative Methods for Economics
Latin American Environments and Economies in a Global Framework
International Economics
Applied Econometrics
Economics Independent Study
Financial Institutions
Comparative Economic Systems
Interdependence in the Global Economy
Economic Development of Sub-Saharan Africa
Economics of Industrial Organization
Strategic Thinking and Game Theory
Economics of National Security
Computer Applications in Economics and Finance
Business Forecasting and Analytics
Economics of Natural Resources and Global Warming
Economics Of Energy And Environmental Policy
Advanced Seminar in Economics
Advanced Seminar in Economics: Honors I
Advanced Seminar in Economics: Honors II
Seminar in International Economic Geography
Real Estate Internship
Economics Independent Study
Total Credits18