Drs. J. Henderson and S. Klein, Faculty Mentors
To earn a Major in Economics, a student must earn a minimum grade of “C” in ECO 3306 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis, and ECO 3305 Money and Banking or ECO 3307 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis. Students may select their upper-division elective courses from the many course offerings in the Economics Department. At least one upper-division course must be at the 4000 level. ECO 3308 Engineering Economic Analysis and ECO 3355 Introduction to the Economics of Poverty and Discrimination do not count toward the Economics major.
|ECO 3306||Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis||3|
|ECO 3305||Money and Banking||3|
|or ECO 3307||Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis|
|Nine additional hours of Economics upper-level courses, including at least three hours at the 4000-level||9|
Note: Students who plan to pursue a career in financial analysis should take at least six hours of accounting beyond ACC 2303 Financial Accounting and ACC 2304 Managerial Accounting.
Note: A student majoring in Economics may repeat ECO 3306 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis and ECO 3305 Money and Banking or ECO 3307 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis only once in order to continue in the Economics major .
Note: A student majoring in Economics must earn a minimum grade of “C” in FIN 3310 Introduction to Corporate Finance.