The Economics Minor enables students to conduct a systematic study of economics as part of their undergraduate education and/or prepare themselves for graduate studies in economics, law, public administration or business. This program is not directed only at business majors. It can be a valuable complement to other majors such as Political Science, Sociology, Public Administration, Pre-Law Studies, or Mass-Communications. If students are interested in graduate studies in economics, it is strongly recommended that they take additional course work in Calculus and Statistics.
All courses are three credit-hour courses:
|EC-211||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|EC-212||Principles of Microeconomics|
|One additional 3-credit course at the 300/400-level in Economics|
Click here for course descriptions as found in the 2014-15 Undergraduate Catalog.