Requirements

Requirements

Basic Requirments for Economics Major

Economics 1311, 3312, 3320, 3327, 3328, 3340, 4325 and four additional upper-level elective courses. Students must have a minimum of 30 upper division Economics credits to graduate with the B.A. in Economics. It is strongly recommended that students complete the quantitative methods sequence (Economics 3327-3328) no later than their Junior Year. Internships strongly recommended. Students intending to pursue graduate study in Economics will find either a double major in Economics and Mathematics or a major in Mathematics and core Economics courses desirable. Consult department faculty for advice concerning preparation for graduate studies in Economics.

Suggested sequence for the Bachelor of Arts in Economics

Year 1

  • Semester 1
  • Economics 1311:  3
    English 1301:  3
    History 1311:  3
    Language 1301 (or 2311):  3
    Mathematics:  3
    Total:  15 hours
  • Semester 2
  • English 1302:  3
    History 1312:  3
    Language 1302 (or 2312):  3
    Philosophy 1301:  3
    Mathematics:  3
    Total:  15 hours

Year 2

  • Semester 1 and 2
  • Economics 3312:  3
    English 2311 - 2312:  6
    History 2301 - 2302:  6
    Philosophy 2323:  3
    Theology 1310, 2311:  6
    Language 2311, 2312, or electives:  6-8
    Total:  30 - 32 hours

Year 3

  • Semester 1
  • Economics 3320:  3
    Economics 3327:  3
    Philosophy 3311:  3
    Science:  4
    Art, Drama, or Music:  3
    Total:  16
  • Semester 2
  • Economics 3328:  3
    Economics 3340:  3
    Politics 1311:  3
    Science:  3
    Elective:  3
    Total:  15

Year 4

  • Semester 1
  • Economics Electives:  6
    Philosophy elective:  3
    Electives:  6
    Total:  15
  • Semester 2
  • Economics 4325:  3
    Economics elective:  3
    Economics 4359:  3
    Electives:  6
    Total:  15

 


Basic Requirements for a major in Economics and Finance

Economics 1311, 3312, 3320, 3322, 3327, 3328, 3330, 3340, 4325, 4337, 4338, and Business 1310. Students must have a minimum of 30 upper division credits in Economics to graduate with the B.A. in Economics and Finance. It is strongly recommended that students complete the quantitative sequence (Economics 3327-3328) no later than their Junior Year. Internships highly recommended. Students intending graduate studies in Finance should include at least a year of calculus in their program.

 

Suggested sequence for the Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance

Year 1

  • Semester 1
  • Economics 1311:  3
    English 1301:  3
    History 1311:  3
    Language 1301 (or 2311):  3
    Mathematics:  3
    Total:  15 hours
  • Semester 2
  • English 1302:  3
    History 1312:  3
    Language 1302 (or 2312):  3
    Philosophy 1301:  3
    Mathematics:  3
    Total:  15 hours

Year 2

  • Semester 1 and 2
  • Economics 3312:  3
    English 2311 - 2312:  6
    History 2301 - 2302:  6
    Philosophy 2323:  3
    Theology 1310, 2311:  6
    Language 2311, 2312, or electives:  6-8
    Total:  30 - 32 hours

Year 3

  • Semester 1
  • Economics 3320:  3
    Economics 3322:  3
    Economics 3327:  3
    Philosophy 3311:  3
    Science:  4
    Total:  16
  • Semester 2
  • Economics 3328:  3
    Economics 3340:  3
    Politics 1311:  3
    Science:  3
    Art, Drama, or Music:  3
    Total:  15

Year 4

  • Semester 1
  • Economics 3330:  3
    Business 1310:  3
    Philosophy elective:  3
    Electives:  6
    Total:  15
  • Semester 2
  • Economics 4325:  3
    Economics 4337:  3
    Economics 4338:  3
    Economics 4V57:  3
    Elective:  3
    Total:  15

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