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Economics (minor)

An economics minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits in economics and requires one 1000-level course and two 3000- and/or 4000-level courses. The remainder may be chosen from current discipline course offerings at any level and are determined by the student and academic advisor.

Economics Minor Course Options

The economics minor does have specific course requirements as listed below:

  • ECON 2110 – Principles of Economics I
  • ECON 2115 – Principles of Economics II

Students must choose four of the following. At least two must be at the 3000-level or higher:

  • BUSN 3110 – Personal Finance
  • ECON 3110 – Money and Banking
  • ECON 4110 – Environmental Economics
  • ECON 4510 – Independent Study in International Economics I
  • ECON 4515 – Independent Study in International Economics II
  • SRM 2125 – Economics of Sport and Recreation

Students may not minor in their major field of study and must declare their minors prior to registering for GRAD 2110 (graduation). Consult the program coordinator to determine if additional minors are available. The College does not guarantee the availability of all courses necessary for all minor options.

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