Undergraduate Programs
Bachelor in Economics

Economics Major (ECN)
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The major in economics requires 30 credit hours, of which 15 are elected
from economics courses without restriction, or as a concentration of courses
in one of the following areas: business economics, economics of finance,
labor economics, governmental economics, comparative economic systems,
or theoretical and quantitative economics.
General Education Requirements ...............................................41 hours
Area I Symbolics and Communication
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4. One course from the following:
MATH118 Linear Models and Probability
MATH119 Applied Calculus
MATH120 Calculus I
5. See page 23
Area II Science and Technology
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3. See page 24
Area III Social Sciences
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2. See page 24
3. ECON201 Principles of Macroeconomics*
4. ECON202 Principles of Microeconomics*
Area IV Arts and Humanities
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2. See page 25
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4. See page 25
Physical Education/Graduation Requirement ..............................2 hours
Major Requirements...................................................................30 hours
Required Courses 15 hours
*ECON201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs)
*ECON202 Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs)
ECON301 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3 hrs)
ECON302 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (3 hrs)
One course from the following:
ECON310 Economic Statistics (3 hrs)
ECON415 Introduction to Econometrics (3 hrs)
Elective Courses 15 hours
Although any 15 credit hours of electives in economics will complete
the requirements for the major, students should choose courses related
to the career path they wish to pursue. Inquire at the Department of
Economics regarding suggested concentrations, suggested career paths
and course selection.
78 Minor Requirements ..................................................................20 hours
University Elective Courses ........................................................31 hours
Program Total ..........................................................................124 hours
Note:
*This course satisfies both a general education and a major requirement.


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