Undergraduate Programs: Economics Major
Economics majors are required to take a total of 30 credit hours in economics and are required to take the following courses (15 credit hours):
|Economics Courses (or their equivalent)|
|1) Econ 1150||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|2) Econ 1200||Principles of Microeconomics|
|3) Econ 2810||Introduction to Econometrics|
|4) Econ 3150||Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory|
|5) Econ 3200||Intermediate Microeconomic Theory|
|15 hours, chosen in consultation with the undergraduate advisor|
|Two Statistics course options:|
|Math 2600||Introduction to Statistics|
|or BUAD 2060||Data Analysis For Business|
|Four Calculus course options:|
|Math 1730||Calculus with Applications to Business and Finance|
|or Math 1850||Calculus I|
|or Math 1750||Math for Life Sciences|
|or Math 1920||Honors Calculus I and II|
- Majors are encouraged to meet the mathematics and statistics requirements at an early stage of their course work.
- In the major area, 21 hours are to be taken under the regular grading system; the P/NC option is available for the remaining 9 hours and for all related courses.
- The department will award credit after reviewing the advanced placement tests. Students with a score of 3, 4, or 5 will receive credit for Econ 1150 if the macroeconomics portion of the test was taken and Econ 1200 if the microeconomics portion of the test was taken.