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 Minorselect any two (or more)

ECO 300 – Intermediate Microeconomics ECO 345 Women and Men in the Labor Market
ECO 301 – Intermediate Macroeconomics ECO 350 Comparative Economic Systems
ECO 321 – Economic Statistics II ECO 355 Industrial Organization
ECO 210 Money and Banking ECO 356 Business and Public Policy
ECO 260 Business Organization and Management ECO 360 Managerial Economics
ECO 310 Financial Institutions ECO 365 Corporate Finance
ECO 315 Public Finance ECO 366 Security and Investment Analysis
ECO 330 Economic Development ECO 370 Law and Economics
ECO 340 International Trade ECO 390 Independent Study in Economics
ECO 341 International Finance ECO 426 Computer Applications in Economics

Detailed descriptions with prerequisites for each class are available at Undergraduate Economics Courses

Email for further guidance from the Undergraduate Advisors.

*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.