Trains students in the tools of the discipline and encourages them to apply that knowledge to domestic and international economic and social problems. Introductory and intermediate courses in macroeconomics and microeconomics, as well as additional upper division electives in various economic specialties will prepare students for career goals.
Develop the analytical and decision-making skills necessary to understand and resolve complicated contemporary business, financial and social problems;
Expand information literacy through the collection and interpretation of data from all relevant sources; and
Improve communication and presentation skills to effectively convey economic information to the public.
Economics major (60 credits)
EC 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (4)
EC 202 Introduction to Macroecomomics (4)
MTH 111 College Algebra (4)
EC 311 Intermediate Microeconomics (4)
EC 313 Intermediate Macroeconomics (4)
EC 315 Economic Analysis and Report Writing (4)
Upper division Economics courses (24)
* Electives may be lower division courses and courses from other departments and divisions, but they must be approved by an Economics Department adviser.