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Minor in Economics (ECONOMIC)

Administered by Department of Economics

Effective Spring 2016

The minor provides a basic competence in economics for non-economics majors and constitutes 18 semester hours. Courses required for a minor in economics are:

Core courses in Economics (12 credits)

ECONOMIC.121 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECONOMIC.122 Principles of Microeconomics

ECONOMIC.221 Macroeconomic Theory

ECONOMIC.222 Micro and Managerial Economics

Electives in Economics (6 credits)

General Economics Theory

ECONOMIC.313 Labor Economics

ECONOMIC.315 Business and Government

ECONOMIC.316 Urban Economics

ECONOMIC.326 Public Finance Economics

ECONOMIC.327 Money and Banking

ECONOMIC.329 Environmental Economics

ECONOMIC.333 International Economics

Statistical Analysis

ECONOMIC.256 Business and Economic Statistics I

ECONOMIC.356 Business and Economic Statistics II

ECONOMIC.456 Introduction to Econometrics

Economic History and Systems

ECONOMIC.322 Contrasting Economics

ECONOMIC.323 History of Economic Thought

ECONOMIC.324 Economic History of the Western World

ECONOMIC.334 Economic Growth in Underdeveloped Areas

ECONOMIC.460 Advanced Political Economy


ECONOMIC.480 *Special Topics in Economics

*Only ONE ECONOMIC.480 may be used towards the requirements of the Minor.