Secondary Specialization in Economics

A secondary specialization in economics, as a supplement to a specialization in another area, may be obtained by completing Principles of Economics: Micro and Macro (ECON 2200 and 2220), plus nine hours of upper division courses in economics. Any course that may be used for specializing in economics may also be used for the secondary specialization, provided that at least one of the courses is Economics 3200 (Economic Theory: Micro), 3220 (Economic Theory: Macro), or 3800 (Managerial Economics). A grade of “C” (2.0) or better is required in each course applied toward the secondary specialization.