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Economics Minor

The economics minor provides students with a more in-depth knowledge of the economy from an individual business framework to a broad national policy framework.

Students interested in careers in specific segments of the economy, such as with government organizations or private non-profit business, can combine this minor with a major in other areas of business.

Students also may customize the major to meet career interests in everything from sports and recreation, to construction, to managing a family business, to new technological areas through the selection of specific elective courses or minors within and outside of the Business Department.

Requirements for the Minor in Economics
(all courses 3 credits unless noted)

Business Enterprise Core Requirements:

  • ECO 131 - Microeconomics
  • ECO 132 - Macroeconomics
  • BUS 220 - Business Statistics I

Economics Requirements:

  • ECO 212 - Environmental Economics
  • FIN 302 - Financial Markets

Select one of the following:

  • POL 275 - Comparative Economics
  • H-ECO 300 - Honors Business Management: The Great Depression
  • H-ECO 303 - Honors Business Management: Game Theory

Total Credits for the Minor: 18

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