Business and economics programs

Economics Major

A major in economics is built upon a strong liberal arts basis and is recommended for those students who are interested in careers in government, business, or who plan to attend graduate school in economics.

Requirements
ECO 213 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 214 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 314 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECO 315 - Intermediate Microeconomics
Choose three courses: 11-12
ECO 301 - Money and Banking
ECO 302 - Labor Economics
ECO 305 - Current Economic Problems
ECO 333 - International Economics
ECO 390 - Game Theory
Cognate requirements
MAT 117 - Applied Statistics for Management
MAT 216 - Advanced Statistical Methods
Choose one option: 3-4
Option 1:
CSC 102 - Business Computing
CSC 110 - Advanced Spreadsheets
Option 2: 4
CSC 171 - Computer Science I
Choose one course: 3-4
MAT 111 - Calculus for Management, Life and Social Sciences
MAT 112 - Calculus I *
Total credits required: 39-42

Note:

*It is recommended that students who will be going to graduate school take MAT112, Calculus I.