Economics Concentration

For the Economics concentration, students must complete a total of eighteen (18) credit hours of economics courses beyond ECON 2200 and ECON 2220.

Economics Concentration Required Courses
ECON 3200ECONOMIC THEORY: MICRO3
ECON 3220ECONOMIC THEORY: MACRO3
Economics Concentration Electives
Students must select a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours beyond the two (2) required courses from economics department courses at the 3000 or 4000 level, of which at least six (6) credit hours must be at the 4000 level.12
Total Credits18

Secondary Concentration in Economics

A secondary concentration in economics, as a supplement to another BSBA concentration, may be obtained by completing the following:

ECON 2200PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO)3
ECON 2220PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MACRO)3
Plus nine (9) hours of upper-division (3000/4000 level) courses in economics9
Total Credits15

Any course that may be used for an economics concentration may also be used for the secondary concentration in economics, provided that at least one of the courses is ECON 3200 or ECON 3220. A grade of C (2.00) or better is required in each course applied toward the secondary concentration.

BSBA Degree with Economics Concentration

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallCredits
ENGL 1150 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 1 3
MATH 1370 APPLIED ALGEBRA AND OPTIMIZATION WITH DATA ANALYSIS 2 3
CMST 1110 PUBLIC SPEAKING FUNDS 3
Humanities and Fine Arts with Global Diversity 3
Social Science 3
 Credits15
Spring
ENGL 1160 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3
ECON 2200 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO) 3
Humanities and Fine Arts with US Diversity 3
Humanities and Fine Arts 3
Natural/Physical Science 3
 Credits15
Sophomore
Fall
MKT 3200 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3
ACCT 2010 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3
ECON 2220 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MACRO) 3
Natureal/Physical Science with Laboratory 4
International Dimension 3
 Credits16
Spring
ACCT 2020 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3
BSAD 2130 PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS STATISTICS 3
MKT 3310 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3
MGMT 3490 MANAGEMENT 3
Elective 3
 Credits15
Junior
Fall
FNBK 3250 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3
ECON 3220 ECONOMIC THEORY: MACRO 3
Second Speech 3 3
International Dimension 3
Elective 3
 Credits15
Spring
ECON 3200 ECONOMIC THEORY: MICRO 3
ECON Elective 4 3
MGMT 3100 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
 Credits15
Senior
Fall
SCMT 3500 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3
ECON Elective 5 3
LAWS 3930 BUSINESS LAW FUNDAMENTALS 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
 Credits15
Spring
ECON 4000 Level Elective 6 3
ECON 4000 Level Elective 6 3
MGMT 4480 CORPORATE AND BUSINESS STRATEGY 3
Elective 3
2 Credit Elective 2
 Credits14
 Total Credits120
1

Requires placement from UNO’s English Placement and Proficiency Exam.

2

Requires placement from ACT/SAT scores, UNO’s Math Placement Exam, or an approved prerequisite course within the last two years. Students might be required to take a lower level math course before MATH 1370 depending on their placement scores.

3

For this requirement students must choose from the following list: MKT 3100, CMST 2120, CMST 3100, CMST 3120, CMST 3130, CMST 3140, CMST 3150, or CMST 3160

4

An Economics Concentration Elective must be a 3000 or 4000 level course within the Economics department. (See DegreeWorks for approved options). It is highly encouraged for ECON concentration students to take ECON 3300 as an ECON 3000 level elective (ECON 3300 – offered only Spring semester).

5

An Economics Concentration Elective must be a 3000 or 4000 level course within the Economics department. (See DegreeWorks for approved options).

6

An Economics Concentration Elective must be a 3000 or 4000 level course within the Economics department. (See DegreeWorks for approved options)


This roadmap is a suggested plan of study and does not replace meeting with an advisor. Please note that students may need to adjust the actual sequence of courses based on course availability. Please consult an advisor in your major program for further guidance.


This plan is not a contract and curriculum is subject to change


Additional Information About this Plan:
University Degree Requirements: The minimum number of hours for a UNO undergraduate degree is 120 credit hours. Please review the requirements for your specific program to determine all requirements for the program. In order to graduate on-time (four years for an undergraduate degree), you need to take 30 hours each year.


General Education courses (Humanities, Social Science & Natural Science) must be from at least two different disciplines https://www.unomaha.edu/general-education/overview/index.php.


Placement Exams: For Math, English, Foreign Language, a placement exam may be required. More information on these exams can be found at https://www.unomaha.edu/enrollment-management/testing-center/placement-exams/information.php


**Transfer credit or placement exam scores may change suggested plan of study


GPA Requirements:
Courses within the College of Business require students to obtain a minimum NU GPA of 2.5 or better.


Graduation Requirements:
Students must earn a minimum of 120 credit hours for a BSBA.
42 of those credit hours must be in upper division courses.
Students must earn a C (2.00) or above in all fundamental academic skills, pre-business, upper division business core, and business concentration courses.
CBA students must earn a minimum NU GPA of 2.50 and a minimum Business GPA of 2.50. If students are earning an accounting concentration or secondary concentration, a minimum upper division accounting GPA of 2.50 is additionally required.