Economics Minor

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.

Course Title Credits
Group I 1
EC 2550Macroeconomics (GACO)3
EC 2560Microeconomics3
EC 4460Money and Banking3
EC 3510Intermediate Macroeconomics3
or EC 3520 Intermediate Microeconomics
Group II 2
Select two of the following:6
Investment Principles
Intermediate Macroeconomics (if not selected above)
Intermediate Microeconomics (if not selected above)
Managerial Statistics
Public Finance
Current Topics in Economics
International Economics
International Finance and Economic Policy
Independent Study
American Economic Development (PPDI)
Total Credits18