Economics - MINOR
The College of Arts & Sciences offers minors that enhance and strengthen the qualifications of graduates. They are intended to give students opportunities to develop expertise in an area that complements their major program. Real-world applications are embedded in the minors.
Economics is more than just a narrow study of costs and benefits. It is a meaningful way of thinking about choice, human behavior, and the market process. The world is complex and changing; thoughtful planning is needed to ensure success. Employers want individuals with critical thinking skills. Furthermore, businesses and entrepreneurs need individuals that are equipped to respond to an increasingly globalized and interdependent business environment.
|Choose five of the following: *||15|
|World Economic Geography|
|The Global Economy in the 21st Century|
|Contemporary Economic Issues|
|Honors Seminar: Behavioral Economics|
|Economics of Sin|
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites.
If a minor course is listed as a major course in a student’s major program, the student must choose additional courses from an elective list to complete the minor. Please see the Minors, Specializations and Certificates page for additional information.