Degree Requirements | Department of Economics

Degree Requirements

Economics Degrees Checklist

BA

BS

BBA

  • 1100 Micro Principles
  • 1110 Macro Principles
  • 3550 Int. Micro
  • 3560 Int. Macro
  • 4140 Managerial
  • Fina 4500
  • additional 18 hours of Economics Electives (9 hours for Professional Field and 9 hours for Supporting Field)
    1. Any econ 3000-4000 (except Econ 4630)
    2. Any econ 3000-4000 (except Econ 4630)
    3. Any econ 3000-4000 (except Econ 4630)
    4. Any econ 3000-4000 (except Econ 4630)
    5. Any econ 3000-4000 (except Econ 4630)
    6. Any econ 3000-4000 (except Econ 4630)

§ From the following list of courses: ECON 4140 4150 4180 4290 4420 4450 4460 4500 4550 4650 4875 (4510 for BS and 4870 for BA).

* To satisfy additional math in lieu or foreign language for BS (Arts and Sciences Foreign Language Alternative), need two of the following: Math 2510, 2520, 2700, 2730, 3310, 3350, 3410, 3420, 4610, 4650. FYI: If you do this, you will only need two additional (upper level) math courses to get a minor in math. THIS IS ONLY FOR SERIOUS MATH TYPES - E.G. THOSE THAT MIGHT CONSIDER A MINOR IN MATH

Minor in Economics

  • 1100 Micro Principles (grade of B or better)
  • 1110 Macro Principles (grade of B or better)
  • 3550 Int. Micro
  • additional 9 hours of Economics Electives (3000 to 4000 level Economics courses)
    1. Any ECON 3000-4000
    2. Any ECON 3000-4000
    3. Any ECON 3000-4000

***College of Business has restrictions and limitations regarding the number of economics courses that can overlap. Specifically, only econ 1100 and econ 1110 can count towards econ minor and pre-business foundation requirements. Any economics courses beyond Econ 1100 and Econ 1110 can only be used for one area (no double-dipping of courses between economics and business).

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