An economics minor is a way for students from other schools and departments to learn about fundamental economic concepts and issues while diversifying their analytical skill sets. As a highly interdisciplinary field, economics can be useful for all students interested in supplementing their existing major. Most economics minors have their primary degrees in public policy and political science, but countless others come from both the sciences and the humanities.
Requirements: 5 Courses
- MATH 111L Laboratory Calculus I OR MATH 105L Laboratory Calculus and Functions I AND MATH 106L Laboratory Calculus Functions II
- MATH 202 Multivariable Calculus for Economics OR MATH 112L Laboratory Calculus II OR MATH 212 Multivariable Calculus OR MATH 222 Advanced Multivariable Calculus OR any higher-level math course with MATH 212 as prerequisite.
- ECON 101D Economic Principles OR
ECON 21 Principles of Microeconomics and ECON 22 Principles of Macroeconomics (earned through AP credit) OR
ECON 23 Principles of Microeconomics and ECON 24 Principles of Macroeconomics (earned through transfer credit)
- ECON 201D Intermediate Microeconomics
- One course at ECON 200-level or higher (not including ECON 205, 208, and 210)
- Two courses at ECON 300-level or higher (may include ECON 205 Intermediate Microeconomics II, ECON 208 Introduction to Econometrics, AND/OR ECON 210 Intermediate Macroeconomics)