The minor in Economics is designed to provide frameworks for analytical thinking that support problem solving and decision making in our global, connected world. Students study how societies, governments, businesses, households, and individuals make choices to use resources and how these choices shape economic policy and marketing conditions.
|Group I 1|
|EC 2550||Macroeconomics (GACO)||3|
|EC 4460||Money and Banking||3|
|EC 3510||Intermediate Macroeconomics||3|
|or EC 3520||Intermediate Microeconomics|
|Group II 2|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Intermediate Macroeconomics (if not selected above)|
|Intermediate Microeconomics (if not selected above)|
|Current Topics in Economics|
|International Finance and Economic Policy|
|American Economic Development (PPDI)|
Courses listed in this group are the primary component of the student’s exploration of the field of economics. When possible, the courses should be taken in the order suggested.
Courses listed in this group are the second component of the student’s exploration of the field of economics.