The economics minor is designed for students who seek a basic understanding of the major components of economics. Graduates obtain an enhanced perspective that can be valuable to a wide variety of accompanying majors.
Courses for this minor focus on core economic principles, managerial economics, statistics, public and international finance and research. Each offers knowledgeable faculty who share practical experiences.
The economics minor offers a more global perspective of business operations and impact and can be paired with any undergraduate major. It is specifically designed for graduates who wish to work in business-related fields.
General Education or Other Prerequisites
- ECON-105 Principles of Economics (4)
Required Courses (6 Courses, 18 Units)
- ECON-140 Managerial Economics (3)
- BUS-465 Statistics (3)
- FIN-452 Public Finance (3)
- FIN-453 Captial Markets and Money (3)
- INTB-460 International Finance and Banking (3)
- MKT-303 Market Research (3)