The economics minor provides an excellent opportunity for students with science, humanities, or other social science majors to gain some essential knowledge about economics issues and obtain some of the analytical skills that are valued in the job market.
It consists of 12 economics credits from two required core economics courses, and two economics electives that students choose from the selection below.
Core Courses for the Minor– required
|Eco 200 – Principles of Microeconomics*|
|Eco 201 – Principles of Macroeconomics*|
Elective/Choice Courses for the Minor – select any two (or more)
Detailed descriptions with prerequisites for each class are available at Undergraduate Economics Courses
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further guidance from the Undergraduate Advisor Professor Baker
*Must get grade of C or CR or higher for these courses to count for the minor.
Students who took Eco 100 prior to taking Eco 200 and 201 may also count it towards the minor.