The minor in Economics gives students a firm understanding of core microeconomic and macroeconomic theory, while also providing students with the opportunity to choose electives in economics that fit their likely targets of interest, ranging from econometrics, labor market analysis, and development economics.
|Principles of Economics:Macro 1|
|Principles of Economics:Micro 1|
|Intermediate Macro Economics|
|Intermediate Micro Economics|
|Money & Banking|
|Select a minimum of 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Current Economic Issues|
|History of Economic Thought 1|
|Money and Markets|
|Personal Finance Practices|
|Business and Economic Statistics|
|Understanding Business/Economic Data|
|Economic History of the United States|
|Urban Economics: Analysis and Policy (Pre-Requisite ECON 208)|
|Public Sector Economics|
|International Trade & Finance|
|Business & Government|
|Business Fluctuations & Growth|
May be used to simultaneously satisfy a General Education Program area requirement.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Economics, Minor students will be able to:
- Identify ethical issues and understand the implications of social responsibility for sustainable business practices.
- Evaluate information and apply critical thinking skills to identify solutions and inform business decisions.
- Utilize technology, apply quantitative methods and interpret data to solve business problems.
- Integrate knowledge of core business concepts and collaborate productively as part of a team.
- Work effectively in a diverse environment and understand how global and cultural issues effect the organization and its stakeholders.
- Compose clear and concise forms of written communication to effectively convey ideas and information associated with business topics.
- Communicate business concepts effectively through oral presentation.