Introduction to Economics (220:101,102) is a prerequisite for all other economics courses. Mathematics 640:113 or its equivalent, or tested proficiency in College Algebra, is a prerequisite for all 220 courses, except Introduction to Economics (220:101,102).
The economics minor requires 21 credits in economics courses to be completed with a grade of C or better. This includes:
- 12 credits of the following core classes:
220:101 Introduction to Economics-Micro
220:102 Introduction to Economics-Macro
220:323 Intermediate Economic Theory-Micro
220:324 Intermediate Economic Theory-Macro
- 9 credits of electives in Economics, which may also include:
220:231 Statistical Methods
220:322 Introduction to Econometrics
Note: RBS finance courses may not be used for the economics minor.