The importance of having a broad background in economics is increasingly recognized by firms that confront problems requiring knowledge of the domestic and international economic systems. Economists occupy a wide range of positions in profit and non-profit enterprises as well as in government. As well as being highly recommended for pre-law students, the economics concentration is offered for students who aim for careers in banking, finance, government, or industry.

Students may also pursue a major or minor in this field within the College of Arts and Sciences; the requirements for this BA degree can be found under that College. Students expecting to pursue graduate study in economics are encouraged to take calculus through MATH 259.

Economics Concentration: Fifteen credits
(based on 2011-2012 catalogue requirements)

ECON 302 Intermediate Economics
             Or ECON 309 Money and Banking (3 credits)

ECON 400 Managerial Economics
             Or ECON 403 Advanced Microeconomic Theory (3 credits)

Six credits from the following "applied microeconomic" courses:
ECON 304 Economics of Environmental Protection (3 credits)
ECON 305 Public Finance (3 credits)
ECON 310 Anti-Trust Policy & Regulation (3 credits)
ECON 312 Work, Wages, and Inequality (3 credits)
ECON 320 Economics of Sports (3 credits)
ECON 411 International Economics (3 credits)
ECON upper division elective (3 credits)


Undergraduate Programs

Molly B. Pepper, Associate Dean
1-800-986-9585 ext. 3432

Graduate Programs
Masters of Accountancy
Gary Weber, Director
1-800-986-9585 ext. 3427

Graduate Programs
MBA Programs
Chris Stevens, Director
1-800-986-9585 ext. 3414

General Questions
Dorothy Greenamyer
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