Business Economics Option
The option in business economics includes seven separate tracks. These include banking and financial markets, public administration, business management, pre-law, international economics, professional and macroeconomics. Each track includes recommended courses in economics, business or other courses outside the School of Business. The purpose of these tracks is to broaden the academic preparation of students and to encourage students to make preliminary career choices.
|ECON 4100 Intermediate Macroeconomics ||3 |
|ECON 4110 Intermediate Microeconomics ||3 |
|Economics Elective1 ||9 |
|Economics/Business/Approved Elective2 ||9 |
|Total Hours ||24 |
1 These electives are determined by selecting a business economics track. The economics faculty will advise students as to the appropriate combination of courses.
2 These courses must be at the 3000/4000 level or higher.
See advisor for list of approved electives.