Business Economics - Certificate
The Business Economics Certificate (BEC) is an innovative program designed to prepare students for successful careers in a rapidly changing economic environment. The certificate combines a foundation in Economics in the College of Liberal Arts with a business minor in the Mays College of Business, integrating the practical skills taught in business courses with the analytical tools of economics.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|ECMT 463||Introduction to Econometrics 1||3|
|ECMT 475||Economic Forecasting 2,3||3|
|Select two of the following: 3,4||6|
|Law and Economics|
|The Organization of Industry|
|Economics of Antitrust and Regulation|
|Energy Markets and Policy|
|Economics of Decision-Making Strategy|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||12|
Student must complete ECMT 461 or equivalent STAT course (pre-approved by an advisor) prior to ECMT 463.
ECMT 475 and the required six hours of electives may also be used to satisfy the Economics electives requirement.
ECON 323 is a pre-requisite for all 400-level ECON courses.
Students pursing this certificate must also complete a minor in Business Administration (BUAD).