Minor in global economics
18 credit hours
- Econ 203, Principles of Microeconomics 3
- Econ 204, Principles of Macroeconomics 3
- Econ 380, Business Analytics3
- Additional courses from list below 9
- any economics courses
- Bus 350, International business
- Bus 375, Business in Spain (or China): May term international course
Student learning outcomes
Graduates in global economics will:
- Identify and articulate how personal values and ethical considerations inform and impact economics.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the roles, goals, key concepts, methods, and tools utilized in economics.
- Acquire skills needed to influence, inspire, and motivate individuals and groups to achieve results.
- Identify opportunities, analyze information, and apply frameworks for effective problem-solving and decision-making.
Planning and advising notes
Students should complete Econ 203, 204 and 380 in the first and second year. Additional mathematics courses are encouraged if graduate work in economics is anticipated.
Note to accounting and business majors: Students must take 12 credit hours selected from upper level economics courses, Bus 350, or business department May term international courses.
Note to marketing majors: Students must complete Econ 203, Econ 204, and 12 credit hours selected from upper level economics courses, Bus 350, or business department May term international courses.
Minimum academic requirement
All global economics minors must earn a grade of C- or higher in all courses required for the minor. Failure to attain this level of achievement requires the student to either repeat the course (for specific requirements) or take an additional course (an option for elective courses) and achieve a grade of C- or higher.