The minor in economics is designed to help students develop a basic understanding of the principles and applications of economics. The student pursuing this minor will develop an understanding of: the role of markets and their many forms; the influence of the government and its agencies in affecting economic growth levels of employment; interest rates and inflation; the causes and influences of international trade; the effects of governmental regulation and policy on economic behavior. Students successfully completing the minor will learn to apply economic concepts to better understand contemporary social and market issues.
|ECO 100||Macroeconomics||3 credits|
|ECO 101||Microeconomics||3 credits|
|ECO 300||Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory||3 credits|
|ECO 318||Managerial Economics||3 credits|
|ECO 320||International Trade and Finance||3 credits|
|ECO 210||Environmental Economics OR|
|BUS 301||Principles of Corporate Finance II OR|
|BUS 409||Principles of Investment Management||3 credits|
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