Bachelor of Arts in Economics

A student in the College of Arts and Sciences may take a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in economics by meeting the Arts and Sciences general requirements and by completing the following minimum program in the economics department of the College of Business Administration.

A Bachelor of Arts in economics consists of a minimum of 30 credit hours. The following specific courses are required: Principles of Economics: Micro and Macro (ECON 2200 and 2220), Economic Theory: Micro (ECON 3200), Economic Theory: Macro (ECON 3220), Managerial Statistics for Business (BSAD 3160) or equivalent, nine hours of economics electives from 3000-4000 level courses, and six hours of economics electives from 4000 level courses. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0) is necessary in each required and elective course.

Economics courses are listed in the “College of Business Administration” section of this catalog.

Students are encouraged to take Calculus for Managerial, Life and Social Science (MATH 1930) and Econometrics (ECON 3300).

Students are encouraged to meet with the undergraduate adviser within the economics department to design a program that will include economics and related courses.