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Economics Major

The Economics major consists in a degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with specialization in Economics. Students majoring in Economics may select a minor from one of the following fields: Finance, Accounting, International Business, Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Management Information System. the requirements for Economics major include 24 credit hours of specific Economics courses, consisting of five required courses (15 credit hours) and three elective courses (9 credit hours).
 
Economics Major required Courses (15 hours):

·         ECON 211: Intermediate Microeconomics

·         ECON 212: Intermediate Macroeconomics

·         ECON 214: Monetary Policy

·         ECON 311: Econometrics

·         ECON 453: International Economics

Economics Major Elective Courses (9 hours):

·         ECON 451 Economic Development.

·          ECON 452 Industrial Economics.

·         ECON 454 Economics of Energy.

·         ECON 472 Managerial Economics.

·         ECON 475 Contemporary Topics in Economics

Economics Minor

Economics Minors must complete 15 credit hours of specific Economics courses including 4 required courses and 1 elective course In addition to Introduction to Principles of Microeconomics and Principle of Macroeconomics, students may take the following courses:

 

Economics Minor required Courses (12 hours):

·         ECON 211 Intermediate Microeconomics

·         ECON 212 Intermediate Macroeconomics

·         ECON 214 Monetary Policy

·         ECON 453 International Economics

 Economics Minor Elective Courses (3 hours):

·         ECON 311 Econometrics.

·         ECON 451 Economic Development.

·         ECON 452 Industrial Economics.

·         ECON 454 Economics of Energy.

·         ECON 472 Managerial Economics.

·         ECON 475 Contemporary Topics in Economics