The Department of Economics offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs, along with a minor for non-business majors.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts
- BA: General Economics
- BA: Environmental Economics and Policy
- BA: International Economics
- BA: Regional Economic Development
- Master of Business Administration - Economics Concentration
- Master of Science in Applied Data Analytics
You can find more information on the programs, including hours and course requirements, in the Department of Economics section of the Undergraduate Bulletin.
Students interested in majoring in economics should consult the "four-year guides." All four-year guides are meant as examples of how a degree can be completed in four years. Individual guides will be developed for each student in consultation with the academic advisor. Prior credit, course availability, and student needs must be considered in developing the individual guide.
Are you planning on going to graduate school?
Economics at the graduate level requires a strong mathematical background. Students who wish to pursue a graduate degree in economics should take as many of the following courses as possible:
- MAT 1025
- MAT 1110. Calculus I
- MAT 1120. Calculus II
- MAT 2240. Introduction to Linear Algebra
- MAT 3130. Introduction to Differential Equations
- ECO 3730. Econometrics
- ECO 4740 Forecasting and Time Series Models
One additional 3-credit MAT course is required to earn a minor in math.