Economics focuses on how societies deal with scarcity. The resources we need to live productive lives are limited and we must produce and distribute them to meet our needs. Economists study the arrangements societies make to solve this problem.
|ECO 120 Macroeconomics|
|ECO 222 Statistics|
|ECO 223 Money and Banking|
|ECO 226 Microeconomics|
|ECO 328 History of Economic Thought|
|ECO 400 Seminar in Economics|
|Twelve economics elective credits|
Eighteen credits are required to complete the economics minor. Courses should be selected in consultation with an economics faculty member and the student’s major adviser. A minimum average of C is required.