A Bachelor of Science in Economics requires 30 credit hours of economics courses, at least half of which must be taken at Tulane, to include:
Course Work for the B.S. degree
 ECON 1010  Introductory Microeconomics

or
 ECON 1030  Honors Introductory Microeconomics
 ECON 1020  Introductory Macroeconomics

or
 ECON 1040  Honors Introductory Macroeconomics
 ECON 3010  Intermediate Microeconomics passed with a grade no lower than C
 ECON 3020  Intermediate Macroeconomics passed with a grade no lower than C
 ECON 3230  Economic Statistics and Regression
 ECON 4410  Topics in Mathematical Economics
 ECON 4960  Capstone or ECON H499H500.
Three additional economics courses
Excluding Economics 388 and 389.
Mathematics classes
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.