Economics Minor (Non-Teaching)

A student must receive a grade of C- or better in all courses required for the minor.

Economics Requirements 1
ECNS 101ISEconomic Way of Thinking 23
ECNS 202Principles of Macroeconomics 23
ECNS 204ISMicroeconomics 23
ECNS 301Intermediate Micro with Calc3
ECNS 303Intermediate Macro with Calc3
Choose three of the following: 39
Economics of Ag Marketing
Ag Finance and Credit Analysis
Advanced Ag Marketing
Agribusiness Management
Economics of Ag Policy
Quantitative Method in Ag Econ
Peer Leadership in Economics
Managerial Economics
Labor Economics
Money and Banking
International Economics
Economic Development
Public Finance
Econ of Natural Resources
Econ Org, Fin, & Credit
Microeconomic Theory
Intro to Econometrics
Industrial Organization
Benefit-Cost Analysis
Supporting Requirements
STAT 216QIntroduction to Statistics3
M 161QSurvey of Calculus4
or M 171Q Calculus I
Total Credits31

"P" grades may be accepted at the discretion of the department only for courses transferred from outside the Montana State University System.


NOTE: ECNS 251IS Honors Economics (4 credits) may be substituted for the three-course sequence: ECNS 101IS, ECNS 202, and ECNS 204IS.


May include one and only one ECNS 300 level course being utilize to satisfy a student's major requirements.  However,  Agricultural Business students seeking a non-teaching minor in Economics must complete an additional 9 credits at the 300 level or above in AGBE/ECNS electives over and above all requirements for graduation with a major in Agricultural Business.