The Economics minor prepares students for a career in business, data management, government, non-profit, and public policy.
Students with a minor in Economics develop analytical skills and learn how to apply the economic way of thinking to the complexities of the modern world, preparing students for a career in business, data management, government, non-profit, and public policy. The Economics minor builds upon the economic training all students receive as part of the common curriculum (Introduction to Economics, Microeconomics, and Economic Thought and Practice). Students take two additional courses, Macroeconomics and Intermediate Microeconomics (or Econometrics when offered), and one economics elective of their choice at the 300 or 400 level.
- Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Economic Thought and Practice;Intermediate Microeconomics; and two Economics electives (300/400 level)
- Students majoring in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics may not minor in Economics, Philosophy, or Politics.
For full course codes, see the course catalog.