This program is designed primarily for students with majors in fields like Communications, Political Science and Social Work, in which a working knowledge of major economics concepts and economic policy analysis is desirable. This is a good option for students in any major who would like a good background in economics.
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 305 Economic Statistics
Electives: Students will choose four courses from the following:
ECO 302 Women in the Economy
ECO 312 Urban Economics
ECO 325 Industrial Organization
ECO 350 Public Finance
ECO 355 Economics of Energy and the Environment
ECO 403 Comparative Economic Systems
ECO 404 Economics of Development
ECO 411 Regional Economics
About the Program
More information about this minor may be obtained through the Economics and Finance Department.