Economics

Objective: To give a broad background in economic theory and policy, preparing students to better understand human behavior and the events which shape their lives; to prepare students for graduate study in economics, law, and public policy, and for work in government and industry. 

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Title
Semester Hours
4 Courses from ECON 220X, 225, 231, 260, 262, 321, 322, 330, 332, or 350  +
12
Sub-Total Semester Hours
36-37

Recommended

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Title
Semester Hours
Sub-Total Semester Hours
15

Contextual and Support Area

Students also select a minor in another discipline OR the contextual support area for Economics. 

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Title
Semester Hours
At least one from: POLS 103, POLS 117, POLS 217, POLS 343, HIST 112, SOCI 101, SOCI 229, or SOCI 270  +
3 - 12
Sub-Total Semester Hours
18-20
Total credits:
69-72

Overview

Program

Type

B.A.