Economics Undergraduate Curriculum

All College of Business and Economics students must complete the Core Curriculum, including ECO 1 (Principles of Economics), ECO 129 (Money, Banking and Financial Markets), ECO 145 (Statistical Methods) and ECO 146 (Applied Microeconomic Analysis), as well as the requirements for their major area of study.

Required for all Economic Majors

  • ECO 119: Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis

Economics Electives

  • Four economics courses (12 credit hours) of “200” and “300” level economics courses. Students should consult with their advisors in forming a specific program of study.

For full descriptions of these courses, link to catalog.