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Economics Minor

The College of Business offers a minor in Economics. Economics is the study of the use of limited resources in producing goods and services that meet the needs of consumers, businesses and governmental agencies.  The minor in Economics focuses on how an economy functions and how to spot the trends and opportunities in finance or business. Career choices that are enhanced by this minor include positions in government, banking, securities and investments, and economic research.  The economics minor is available to students earning a major in business administration or any other subject.

Program Courses

  1. Required Courses (12 SH)

    ECO 011 Principles of Macroeconomics
    ECO 012 Principles of Microeconomics
    ECO 205 Intermediate Microeconomics
    ECO 210 Intermediate Macroeconomics

  2. Elective Courses (6 SH)

    Take two additional courses with an ECO prefix

Economics Minor Check Sheet

 

NOTE:  Business students majors may take the Economics Minor.