Economics

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphasis in Economics

Core Requirements (30 hours):

Each course is 3 hours

ACC 223    Principles of Accounting I
ACC 224    Principles of Accounting II
BA 301       Principles of Marketing
BA 303       Business Law I
BA 311       Principles of Management
BA 324       Introduction to Finance
BA 498       Business Capstone
BIT 320      Microcomputer Applications
ECO 222    Microeconomics
ECO 361    Social Statistics

Emphasis Requirements (27 hours):

Each course is 3 hours

ECO 321    Economic History of the United States
ECO 332    Economic Geography
ECO 342    Labor Problems
ECO 343    Consumption Economics/Personal Finance
ECO 352    Money and Banking
ECO 370    Managerial Economics
ECO 375    Health Economics
ECO 451    Public Finance
ECO 452    Comparative Economic Systems
ECO 461    International Trade
ECO 472    Government and Industry
ECO 475    History of Economic Thought
ECO 485    Economics Internship
ECO 480    Selected Topics

General Education Requirements (44 hours)

Must include ECO 221 Macroeconomics and MTH 111 College Algebra

Electives (13 hours)

Bachelor of Science in Economics Major - Option 2

Core Requirements (18 Hours):

Each class is 3 credit hours.

ECO 222    Microecomics
ECO 352    Money and Banking
ECO 361    Social Statistics
ECO 370    Managerial Economics
ECO 451    Public Finance
ECO 461    International Trade

Elective Requirements (12 Hours):

Each class is 3 credit hours except ECO 485 which ranges from 1-3 credit hours.

      Choose 12 hours from the following:
ECO 321    Economic History of the United States
ECO 332    Economic Geography
ECO 342    Labor Problems
ECO 343    Consumption Economics/Personal Finance
ECO 375    Health Economics
ECO 452    Comparative Economic Systems
ECO 472    Government and Industry
ECO 475    History of Economic Thought
ECO 480    Selected Topics
ECO 485    Economics Internship (1-3 hours)

Minor from any area (Minimum 21 Hours)

Electives (25 Hours)

General Education Requirements (44 Hours)
     
Must include ECO 221 Macroeconomics and MTH 111 College Algebra