Minor requirements



Minor in Economics is designed to help you gain basic understanding of economic processes and strengthen your marketability. Following introductory courses in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics Economics minor students shall take either Intermediate Macroeconomics or Intermediate Microeconomics and four upper (300 or 400) level elective courses offered by Economics Department.

It is recommended that students pursuing Economics minor take Intro to Micro and Macroeconomics courses in their first year of study since these courses are per-requisites for the majority of Economics courses and apply for a minor in Economics no later than before completion of the second year of study. Application forms are available in the Economics office, and completed applications must be delivered to the Registrar. Students must obtain the approval of the Chair of their major program, and the Chair of Economics Department.

# List of courses Credits
1. ECO 112.1: Introduction to Microeconomics Theory 6
2. ECO 122.1: Introduction to Macroeconomics Theory 6
3. ECO 217.1: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory or ECO 215.1: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 6
4. Choose four additional economics courses at the 300or 400 level 24
Total 42


All exams are written. Students are expected to take a State Exam on either Intermediate Macro or Microeconomics. The minimum GPA requirement is 2.7.