The following requirements must be fulfilled: 24 credits, including 12 credits in required courses and 12 credits in elective course options.
|ECON 1011||Principles of Economics I|
|ECON 1012||Principles of Economics II|
|ECON 2101||Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 1|
|or ECON 2103||Intermediate Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach|
|ECON 2102||Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 1|
|or ECON 2104||Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach|
|Two additional upper-level Economics (ECON) courses (6 credits) numbered between 2000 and 4999. 2|
|One of the following mathematics courses:|
|MATH 1221||Calculus with Precalculus II 1|
|MATH 1231||Single-Variable Calculus I 1|
|MATH 1252||Calculus for the Social and Management Sciences 1|
|And one of the following options|
|Option A: One of the following statistics courses:|
|STAT 1111||Business and Economic Statistics I|
|STAT 1051||Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics|
|STAT 1053||Introduction to Statistics in Social Science 1|
|MATH 1232||Single-Variable Calculus II|
|One additional upper-level Economics (ECON) course (3 credits) numbered between 2000 and 4999, other than excluded courses.3|
1Must be completed with a minimum grade of C-.
2If students decide to take international electives, note that ECON 2180 would not satisfy the minor elective requirement or as Option C if taken concurrently with or after successful completion of ECON 2181 or ECON 2182 or ECON 3181 .