BA in Economics

With a strong background in liberal arts, graduates of this program are well-prepared for further study or careers in the social sciences – economics, law, political science, or sociology – as well as in business, journalism, and public administration.

Major Courses

ECON 3131 – Intermediate Macroeconomics ECON 3231 – Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 3132 – International Trade 5 Additional ECON Courses Required

Emphasis in International Business

Students who major in economics may choose an emphasis in international business. This curriculum prepares students to deal with the problems and opportunities of international trade, international finance, global economic markets, and multi-national organizations.

ECON 3232 – International Money Relations
ECON 4431 – International Economic Development

Last updated: 11/3/2014

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