*May also be used to satisfy Core Curriculum requirements. ECON majors cannot use both ECON 106 and ECON 105 to satisfy core requirements.
B.S. Requirements (6-8 credits)
The Bachelor of Science degree requires six to eight semester hours of courses in specified areas outside the major, which the department chairperson must approve.
Concentration (18 credits)
Majors must choose one of the two concentrations listed below. As part of the eighteen hours, students enrolled in the Economics BS degree program will take one course in each of the following three areas in order to have a broad understanding of economics:
Applied Microeconomics (3 credits)
Learning Objective: Students will be able to analyze how changes in economic variables affect decisions of firms, households, and equilibrium in markets.