At least five economics courses (and mathematics courses, as described below) are required for the minor, and there are two minor 'tracks':
- The Minor in General Economics: Econ 1011, 1021, 4011, 4021 and one 3-unit economics elective at the 300 or 400 level.
- The Minor in Applied Microeconomics: Econ 1011, 1021, 4011, one elective having Econ 4011 as a prerequisite, and one elective at the 300 or 400 level.
- In addition to the economics courses listed above, both tracks of the minor require the completion of Math 131and 132, along with either Econ 493 or Math 233 (as described for the major), so as to meet the prerequisites for Econ 4011.
For further information, please refer to the Undergraduate Guide and/or see the Academic Coordinator for further details. (You can schedule an appointment with the Academic Coordinator by following the link at the left.)
Students may select Economics as a minor via the “Academics/Major Programs” link on the student’s WebStac home page. Students will automatically be assigned to the Academic Coordinator as a minor advisee when declaring the minor. Changing the designation of Economics from a major to a minor is also accomplished via the “Academics/Major Programs” link.