Economics provides students with an analytical training that is a valuable asset in any career. Many graduates enter the workforce directly and find employment in such diverse areas as banking and finance, management, government service, labor relations, policy research, sports management, consulting, journalism, and marketing. Other students use economics as a foundation for graduate programs in law, business, economics, and policy studies.
Students who pursue the Bachelor of Arts in Economics will supplement their economics coursework with a minor of their choice and a series of free electives consistent with their interests and career goals.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is offered with an economics option in the College of Business. Students who pursue this degree complete a comprehensive set of core business courses in addition to economics courses.
The minor in economics consists of 15 semester hours of ECON to include
The additional 9 hours may be selected from any ECON course over 299:
Or approved replacement courses. No course may be included in two minors or in a major and a minor.
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