Economics: Requirements for the Major

Disciplinary Major

Supporting Courses, (14-15 credits):

Required:

ECON 202: Macro Economic Analysis (3 credits)

ECON 203: Micro Economic Analysis (3 credits)

ECON 207: Micro Economics Laboratory (1 credit)

One (1) of These:

BUS ADM 216: Business Statistics (4 credits)

COMM SCI 205: Social Science Statistics (4 credits)

MATH 260: Introductory Statistics (4 credits)

One (1) of These:

MATH 201: Calculus for the Management and Social Sciences (3 credits)

MATH 202: Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (4 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (24 credits):

Required:

ECON 302: Intermediate Macro Economic Theory (3 credits)

ECON 303: Intermediate Micro Economic Theory (3 credits)

ECON 307: History of Economic Thought (3 credits)

ECON 310: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis and Econometrics (3 credits)

Electives, four of these (no more than three with BUS ADM designation)

BUS ADM 347: Financial Markets and Institutions (3 credits)

BUS ADM 442: Principles of Investment (3 credits)

BUS ADM 445: International Financial Management (3 credits)

BUS ADM 446: Advanced Corporation Finance (3 credits)

BUS ADM 447: Advanced Investments (3 credits)

BUS ADM 450: Bank Administration (3 credits)

ECON 304: Contemporary Labor Markets (3 credits)

ECON 305: Natural Resources Economic Policy (3 credits)

ECON 308: Business Cycles (3 credits)

ECON 309: Urban and Regional Economics (3 credits)

ECON 330: Money and Banking (3 credits)

ECON 340: Economics of Land Use (3 credits)

ECON 402: Environmental and Resource Economics (3 credits)

ECON 403: International Trade (3 credits)

ECON 406: Economics of Globalization (3 credits)

ECON 409: Public Finance and Fiscal Policy (3 credits)

ECON 412: Economics of Sustainability (3 credits)

ECON 453: Cost Benefit Analysis (3 credits)

ECON 485: Managerial Economics (3 credits)