Economics - Minor

The study of economics provides a rigorous structure for decision-making, whether on academic topics or day-to-day activities such as how to divide roommate expenses or how to allocate time between study and recreation. Economics teaches students how to think rationally about problems, a skill that is essential in any profession.

A minor in economics provides knowledge and information that will make a student a better-informed consumer and participant in the world economy. It also provides a basis for a better understanding of world events.

ECON 202Principles of Economics3
ECON 203Principles of Economics3
ECON 323Microeconomic Theory3
ECON electives 16
Select two courses from the following:
Introduction to Econometrics
Economic Forecasting
Total Semester Credit Hours15
1

ECON 322 does not count toward minor.

Students must make a grade of "C" or better in all courses.