Students may also pursue a major or minor in this field within the College of Arts and Sciences; the requirements for this B.A. degree can be found under that College. Students expecting to pursue graduate study in economics are encouraged to take calculus through MATH 259.
- ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics (requires a grade of at least B- in ECON 202) (3 credits)
- ECON 403 Advanced Microeconomic Theory (requires a grade of at least B- in ECON 201) (3 credits)
- Six credits selected from ECON 304, 305, 310, 311, 312, 320 and 411 (6 credits)
- ECON upper division elective (3 credits)
In addition to Economics offerings for undergraduates, the Economics faculty offer the following courses for students in the graduate programs:
MBUS 500 Economic Analysis is offered for students who need to satisfy the prerequisites in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.
MBUS 610 Economic Environment of the Firm is a required course for the MBA of Choice.
MBUS 610H Health Care Economics is a required course for the MBA in Healthcare Management.
MBUS 699 Special Topics on "Healthcare Economics: Global Perspectives," "Economics of Financial Crises" and "Sports Economics" have been offered as one- or two-credit electives in recent semesters.