Business Economics, Minor

The minor in Business Economics is designed to serve both business and non-business majors. Students majoring in non-business fields can benefit by understanding basic economics concepts. An economics minor is a good option for law, political science, journalism, communications, education, finance, management, supply chain management, engineering, IT, and marketing, to name a few. A minor in economics prepares students to be a more informed citizens and better- prepared consumers.

Program Requirements

Core Courses3
Choose ONE of the following two courses that was NOT taken in Area E4
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Elective Courses12
Choose any FOUR courses from the following:
Business Statistics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Intermediate Microeconomics
Monetary Economics
Economics of Innovation
International Economics
Entertainment & Sports Economi
Managerial Economics
Selected Topics in Economics
Corporate Finance
Or any other 3000 level or higher ECON course offered by the College of Business
Total Credit Hours15