Economics, Bachelor of Science
A Bachelor of Science in Economics consists of a minimum of 36 credit hours.
|Required Economics Courses|
|ECON 2200||PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO)||3|
|ECON 2220||PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MACRO)||3|
|ECON 3200||ECONOMIC THEORY: MICRO||3|
|ECON 3220||ECONOMIC THEORY: MACRO||3|
|ECON 3300||INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS||3|
|ECON 4999||SENIOR ASSESSMENT||0|
|BSAD 2130||PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS STATISTICS (or equivalent) 1||3|
|Select 12 hours of Economics electives from 3000-4000 level courses 2||12|
|Select six hours of Economics electives from 4000 level courses 2||6|
|Required Cognate Courses|
|For the B.S. degree, students are required to complete at least 15 hours of related cognate coursework, 3-5 credits of which must come from one of the following math courses:||15|
|CALCULUS FOR THE MANAGERIAL, LIFE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES|
or MATH 1950
or MATH 1370
|APPLIED ALGEBRA AND OPTIMIZATION WITH DATA ANALYSIS|
|The rest of the 15 credit cognate requirement may be drawn from the following fields: business administration, computer science, geography, history, international studies, mathematics, political science, public administration, sociology, statistics and urban studies. No more than 6 credits of cognate coursework may double-count within the general education requirements. Cognate courses from other fields must be approved by the Economics advisor.|
Economics courses are listed in the “College of Business Administration” section of this catalog.
A minimum of “C” (2.0) is necessary in each required and elective course.