Economics, B.S.

Students pursuing one of the two economics majors are strongly encouraged to complete Economics 101 (or 103) and 102 (or 104) in their freshman year. They are also encouraged to complete Economics 301 and 302 by the end of their second year. Finally students are encouraged to complete am introductory course in statistics offered by the Department of Mathematics.


Course Work

Four additional economics courses

Excluding Economics 388 and 389, one of which must be completed at the 400 level or above.


Note(s)

We recommend that students who wish to pursue graduate studies in economics take additional courses in mathematics, including Math 221 Calculus III, Math 301 Probability and Statistics, and Math 309 Linear Algebra.