The Economics minor is intended for students who have a strong interest in rigorous economics and want to acquire problem-solving skills and develop a logical way of analyzing various social problems.  The minor is especially valuable for students in business administration preparing for an MBA, or in engineering and the natural and physical sciences, as well as students considering graduate work in law and public policy. The minor is also attractive to students who wish to broaden their education and to better understand the forces that shape the modern world.  The Economics minor includes coursework in microeconomics, macroeconomics, economic policy, and econometrics. The Department of Economics, Finance and Legal Studies offer a broad range of economic courses with a flexible minor requirement so the students can choose to take courses that match their academic ability, interests, and career goals.  

This minor is not available to students who are pursuing majors in Economics or Finance.

Economics minor
Choose 5 courses from the following list:15
Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Analysis Econ Cond Micro/Macro
Law And Economics
Industrial Organization
Econ Forecasting & Analysis
Monetary Theory & Policy
Urban Economics
Public Finance
International Trade
International Finance
Development Economics
Labor Economics
Intro Mathematical Economics
Financial Econometrics
Games and Decisions
Experimental Economics
Econ of Environment
Health Care Economics
Special Topics in Economics
Total Hours15