Economics Minor

Economic considerations permeate just about every aspect of life from small household decisions to major international disputes. A basic understanding of the principles of economics can shed light on a variety of disciplines such as mathematics, political science, sociology and history. Minors can enhance their primary field of study by understanding how economic forces affect decision-making and outcomes.

The requirements for the minor are two introductory courses (Introductory Microeconomics and Introductory Macroeconomics) plus any four upper-division economics courses.