Stillman School of Business

Curriculum 

The Department of Economics provides students with a solid foundation in the discipline of economics. For undergraduate students majoring in economics, the objectives of the program are threefold: to help develop a thorough understanding of the economic relationships between business, households and government, and the principles governing these relationships; to help develop proper analytical methods and modes of inquiry that will prepare students for careers in business, government and education; and to prepare the groundwork necessary for graduate studies in economics and related fields.

The course offerings of the department enable students to major in economics either through the College of Arts and Sciences or the Stillman School, leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, respectively. Students concentrating in economics should plan to take at least one elective per semester during junior and senior year. The department will offer two electives each semester on a rotating basis.
Note: A concentration in economics is not offered in the evening.

To concentrate in economics, students must complete the core courses with a 3.0 GPA. View the B.S. in Business Administration core curriculum>>

Economics Core Courses (9 credits)

 ECON 1402
 Principles of Economics I
 3
 ECON 1403
 Principles of Economics II
 3
 ECON 2408
 Money and Banking
 3

 

Economics Major Courses (24 credits)

 ECON 2420
 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
 3
 ECON 2421
 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
 3
 ECON 3470
 History of Economic Thought
 3
 ECON xxxx
 Economics Electives
15

 

Total credits: 33


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