|Degree Core Requirements|
|Students need 30 credit hours of approved economics courses to graduate.|
|ECON 2005||Principles of Economics (C)||3|
|ECON 2006||Principles of Economics (C) 1||3|
|ECON 3104||Microeconomic Theory (C) 1||3|
|ECON 3204||Macroeconomic Theory (C) 1||3|
|ECON 3254||Analysis of Economic Data 1||3|
|or ECON 4304||Introduction to Econometric Methods|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Calculus of a Single Variable (preferred; C-) 1|
|Elementary Calculus (Must be completed with a grade of B- or better.) 1|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Business Statistics, Analytics, and Modeling (C) 1,2|
|Statistical Methods (C) 1|
|Statistics for Social Science (C) 1|
|Biological Statistics (C) 1|
|Probability and Statistics for Engineers (C) 1|
|Select 5 ECON electives at the 3000 or 4000 level 3||15|
|Option Required Courses|
|ACIS 1504||Introduction to Business Analytics and Business Intelligence||3|
|ACIS 2115||Principles of Accounting 1||3|
|ACIS 2116||Principles of Accounting 1||3|
|BIT 2405||Introduction to Business Statistics, Analytics, and Modeling (C) 1||3|
|FIN 3054||Legal and Ethical Environment of Business 1||3|
|or FIN 3074||Legal, Ethical, and Financing Issues for Entrepreneurs|
|FIN 3104||Introduction to Finance 1||3|
|MGT 3304||Management Theory and Leadership Practice 1||3|
|or MGT 3404||Principles of Management|
|MKTG 3104||Marketing Management 1||3|
|BIT 3414||Operations and Supply Chain Management 1||3|
|Select 10-12 credits of free electives||10-12|
|Pathways to General Education|
|Pathways Concept 1 - Discourse|
|ENGL 1105||First-Year Writing (1F) 1||3|
|ENGL 1106||First-Year Writing (1F) 1||3|
|Select three credits in Pathway 1a||3|
|Pathways Concept 2 - Critical Thinking in the Humanities|
|Select six credits in Pathway 2||6|
|Pathways Concept 3 - Reasoning in the Social Sciences|
|Select six credits in Pathway 3 4||6|
|Pathways Concept 4 - Reasoning in the Natural Sciences|
|Select six credits in Pathway 4||6|
|Pathways Concept 5 - Quantitative and Computational Thinking|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Calculus of a Single Variable (preferred; 5F)|
|Elementary Calculus (5F)|
|Select three credits in Pathway 5f 5||3|
|Select three credits in Pathway 5a 5||3|
|Pathways Concept 6 - Critique and Practice in Design and the Arts|
|Select three credits in Pathway 6d||3|
|Select three credits in Pathway 6a||3|
|Pathways Concept 7 - Critical Analysis of Identity and Equity in the United States|
|Select three credits in Pathway 7||3|
These courses have prerequisites. Please consult the Undergraduate Course Catalog or check with your advisor.
Business Option must take BIT 2406 Introduction to Business Statistics, Analytics, and Modeling.
ECON 3254 Analysis of Economic Data, ECON 4304 Introduction to Econometric Methods, ECON 4754 Internship, ECON 4964 Field Study, and ECON 4974 Independent Study and ECON 4974H Independent Study do not count as ECON electives.
Students that complete ECON 2025H Honors Principles of Economics (which replaces ECON 2005 Principles of Economics and ECON 3104 Microeconomic Theory) must complete an additional 3 hours of ECON electives.
Students that complete ECON 2026H Honors Principles of Economics (which replaces ECON 2006 Principles of Economics and ECON 3204 Macroeconomic Theory) must complete an additional 3 hours of ECON electives.
MATH 1026 Elementary Calculus, MATH 1226 Calculus of a Single Variable, STAT 3005 Statistical Methods, STAT 3615 Biological Statistics and STAT 3604 Statistics for Social Science cannot be used to fulfill the Pathways Concept 5 if they are used to fulfill the Economics Degree Core Requirements.
(sufficient to achieve the required 120 total credit hours)
A free elective is any course a student takes toward the completion of the required minimum of 120 credit hours that does not complete a degree requirement.
A minimum of 120 semester hours are required for graduation.
Students must have a 2.0 overall GPA and 2.0 in-major GPA to graduate. Only ECON courses count toward the in-major GPA.
Students who pursue the Economics – Business Option are not eligible to pursue a minor in business.
Students who did not successfully complete at least two years of a single foreign, classical, or sign language during high school must successfully complete six semester hours of a single foreign, classical, or sign language at the college level. Courses taken to meet this requirement do not count toward the hours required for graduation. Please consult the Undergraduate Catalog for details.
In order to remain in the Economics Major, students must meet the following requirements:
A student who does not make satisfactory progress toward degree will be required to change their major out of Economics.