Major in Economics
Requirements: 33 credits with EC designation
EC 110 Introduction to Microeconomics
EC 120 Introduction to Macroeconomics
EC 150 Statistics (or another acceptable statistics course)
EC 200 Intermediate Macroeconomics
EC 201 Intermediate Microeconomics
One of the following:
EC 202 Introduction to Mathematical Economics
EC 306 Introduction to Econometrics
(or a course in which calculus is a primary topic)
The remaining 15 (or more) credits may be chosen from economics electives in accordance with special interests and career objectives.
Students are encouraged to take an internship if their program permits.