The minor in Economics is defined by a sequence of five or six courses that provide students with a substantive overview of the various fields in economics. The courses are taken in two groups, as outlined below.
Courses listed in this group are the primary component of the student's exploration of the field of economics. When possible, the courses should be taken in the order suggested.
Complete either EC 2000 or (EC 2550 and EC 2560)
3 or 6
Survey of Modern Economics
Complete one of the following:
Money and Banking
Courses listed in this group are the second component of the student's exploration of the field of economics. The student must complete two of the following:
Development of Economic Thought
Intermediate Macroeconomics (if not selected above)
Intermediate Microeconomics (if not selected above)
Current Topics in Economics
International Finance and Economic Policy
American Economic Development (PPDI)
Women and the Economy
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.