Economics, Minor - Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts (Code 360-400)

Twenty-four semester credits, including:
ECON 103Principles of Microeconomics3
ECON 104Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 303Intermediate Microeconomic Theory3
ECON 304Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory3
Remaining credits in Economic electives
Maximum of three courses from the following:
Environmental Economics
Health Economics
Lifetime Investing Principles and Strategies
Experiences of Minoritized Groups in U.S. Economy
Women and the Labor Market
Economic Development of Latin America
Women and Economic Development
Global Economics Immersion Experience

Program Learning Outcomes  

Students completing this program will be expected to meet the following learning outcomes:

  • Use economic models (including supply and demand, models of the behavior of competitive and monopolistic firms, consumer optimization models, and macroeconomic models such as the Solow growth model, AS/AD model, and IS/LM model) to analyze economic behavior, social issues, and policy problems.
  • Assemble and analyze economic data to test economic hypotheses.
  • Effectively present their economic reasoning in concise written statements, extended research papers, or oral presentations.