In addition, at least 12 credits must be completed from Economics courses numbered 300 or above.
Students may substitute up to six credits from related courses taught by other departments. Three of these credits may be from Statistics (BUS 210, 212; STA 308, 409, or 412) and do not require departmental approval. Students may also substitute any other course at the University with permission of the Economics Department Chair. Normally, the Chair will approve only courses that are at the 300 level or above and have a strong economics component. Students planning to do graduate work in Economics are encouraged to take ECN 375, 376 and at least one semester of Statistics.
A total of 120 credits is required for graduation. At least 42 of these must be in courses numbered 300 or above.
This option is designed for students who intend to seek employment as economists immediately after graduation, or who are interested in graduate work in areas such as Law and Business.
Economic Theory and Methods
This option is recommended for students preparing for graduate study in Economics. It requires a minimum of 31 credits in Economics including:
A total of 120 credits is required for graduation.
for Economics Majors