Economics and Business

Majoring & Minoring

ECONOMICS

Major in Economics: Nine courses (Majors consist of a minimum of 30 credits.)

  • ECO31-104 Principles of Economics
  • ECO31-224 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • ECO31-234 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
  • ECO31-314 Econometrics
  • ECO31-964 Capstone in Economics
  • ECO31-534 Economic History of the United States or
  • ECO31-624 Modern Economic Thought
  • At least three additional upper-level Economics courses

All courses above ECO31-104 require sophomore standing. An internship (Economics 31-944) is strongly recommended.

REQUIRED SUPPORTING COURSES IN THE ECONOMICS MAJOR: TWO COURSES

  • MAT52-114 Introduction to Statistics
  • MAT52-154 Calculus I 

MINOR IN ECONOMICS: FIVE COURSES (MINORS CONSIST OF A MINIMUM OF 18 CREDITS.)

  • ECO31-104 Principles of Economics
  • ECO31-31-224 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory or 234 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
  • Three additional upper-level Economics courses
BUSINESS

Major in Business: Nine courses (Majors consist of a minimum of 30 credits.)

  • ACC36-114 Fundamentals of Accounting
  • BUS30-214 Foundations of Business
  • BUS30-314 Business Research and Writing
  • BUS30-474 Finance
  • BUS30-994 Capstone in Business
  • ECO31-104 Principle of Economics
  • Two additional courses at the 300 level or above in Business
  • One additional upper-level course in Business or Economics

REQUIRED SUPPORTING COURSES IN THE BUSINESS MAJOR: TWO COURSES

  • MAT52-114 Introduction to Statistics
  • MAT52-154 Calculus I 

MINOR IN BUSINESS: SIX COURSES (MINORS CONSIST OF A MINIMUM OF 18 CREDITS.)

  • ACC36-114 Fundamentals of Accounting
  • ECO31-104 Principles of Economics
  • BUS30-214 Foundations of Business
  • MAT52-114 Introduction to Statistics
  • Two additional upper-level Business courses