The economics major consists of 30 economics credits from six required core economics courses, and four economics electives that students choose from the selection below.
Core Courses – required
|Introductory Level||Intermediate Level|
|Eco 200 – Principles of Microeconomics*||Eco 300 – Intermediate Microeconomics|
|Eco 201 – Principles of Macroeconomics*||Eco 301 – Intermediate Macroeconomics|
|Eco 221 – Economic Statistics I*||Eco 321 – Economic Statistics II|
Allied Math Course – required
Math 150 – Calculus (this must be completed before taking the intermediate level core courses Eco 300, 301 and 321).*,+
Elective Courses – select any four (or more) +
|ECO 210 Money and Banking||ECO 355 Industrial Organization|
|ECO 260 Business Organization and Management||ECO 356 Business and Public Policy|
|ECO 310 Financial Institutions||ECO 360 Managerial Economics|
|ECO 315 Public Finance||ECO 365 Corporate Finance|
|ECO 330 Economic Development||ECO 366 Security and Investment Analysis|
|ECO 340 International Trade||ECO 370 Law and Economics|
|ECO 341 International Finance||ECO 390 Independent Study in Economics|
|ECO 345 Women and Men in the Labor Market||ECO 426 Computer Applications in Economics|
|ECO 350 Comparative Economic Systems|
Detailed descriptions with prerequisites for each class are available at Undergraduate Economics Courses
*Must get grade of C or CR or higher for these courses to count for the major.
+ Students who took Eco 220 (which is no longer offered) do not need to take Math 150. They also need only three (rather than four) electives to complete the major.