Economics deals with how societies use scarce resources, organize production, and distribute goods and services. Studying economics helps students develop analytical tools that can be applied to a wide range of problems. Students learn how markets work, how businesses make decisions, and how monetary and fiscal policy affect financial markets and the production of goods and services. A bachelor’s degree in economics prepares students for management positions in both business and government. The degree is also excellent preparation for law school, graduate business programs and advanced education in economics.
Economics Major (18 semester hours)
|ECO-210||Intermediate Macroeconomics ||3|
|ECO-211||Intermediate Microeconomics ||3|
| ||Four upper-level (300-400) economics electives ||12|
For graduation students must achieve an overall GPA of 2.0 or better in the major, with no course grade less than “C-”.
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