Once referred to as the "dismal science" by Thomas Carlyle, economics is not dreary. It is the study of what constitutes rational human behavior as we fulfill our needs and wants. Economists are interested in the choices individuals and nations make, and why, which makes for an exciting course of study. Both business and non-business majors may elect to complete a minor in Economics.
Both business and non-business majors may elect to complete a minor in economics. This 18-credit minor consists of the three core courses in economics (ECON 1402, 1403 and 2408), plus one required course (either ECON 2420 or 2421) and two economics electives.
Many of our full-time faculty have attended top Ph.D. programs and are in demand as lecturers, consultants and media experts. Stillman School faculty provide an academic experience characterized by high faculty-student engagement, often partnering with students on research and other projects.
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