The Economics minor is designed to provide students with greater adaptability for dealing with challenges in a competitive global economy. The curriculum delivers economic reasoning and analytical skills that can be applied to problems and issues throughout the entire economy. It also adds a social science perspective to the business major’s outlook. People with a sound understanding of economics have a competitive edge in careers and academic pursuits.
Please see complete information on all of the requirements to earn a minor at Plymouth State University.
|Minor Requirements 1|
|BUS 1400||Principles of Economics (GACO)||4|
|ECN 3100||Intermediate Macroeconomics||4|
|or ECN 3200||Intermediate Microeconomics|
|Minor Electives 2|
|Select two of the following (one must be an ECN or FIN course):||7-8|
|Wealth and Poverty|
|Intermediate Macroeconomics (If not taken above)|
|Intermediate Microeconomics (If not taken above)|
|Money and Banking|
|International Finance and Economic Policy|
|Current Topics in Economics|
|Introduction to Ecological Economics|
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.