|ECNS 101IS - Economic Way of Thinking*||3|
|COMX 111US - Introduction to Public Speaking||3|
|ECNS 202 - Principles of Macroeconomics*||3|
|WRIT 101W - College Writing I Students exempt from WRIT 101W are still required to fulfill twelve credits of Communication related courses.||3|
|M 161Q - Survey of Calculus|
or M 171Q - Calculus I
|University Core and Electives||14|
|ACTG 201 - Principles of Financial Acct||3|
|ECNS 204IS - Microeconomics*||3|
|WRIT 201 - College Writing II||3|
|STAT 216Q - Introduction to Statistics||3|
|University Core and Electives||18|
|and Senior Year|
|ECNS 301 - Intermediate Micro with Calc||3|
|ECNS 303 - Intermediate Macro with Calc||3|
|ECNS 432R - Benefit-Cost Analysis|
or ECNS 403R - Intro to Econometrics
|STAT 217Q - Intermediate Statistical Concepts||3|
|University Core and Electives||48|
|Total Program Credits:||120|
Electives Must Include:
|AGBE 337||Agricultural Law||3|
|or BGEN 361||Principles of Business Law|
|Choose one of the following:||3|
|Prof Business Communication|
|Intermediate Tech Writing|
|(excluding AGBE/ECNS; the 6 credits must be from one or more of the following disciplines: anthropology, geography, political science, psychology, sociology, or history)|
|These six social science electives are to be over and above University Core Requirements.|
|Upper division selected courses in AGBE/ECNS **||15|
At least two AGBE/ECNS courses (6 credits) at the 400 level or higher are required, excluding seminars, 490's/492's.
Students completing a double major with economics as one of the majors are only required to meet their University Core or Social Science requirements.
Students completing a double major with finance and economics as the two majors may use ECNS 313 Money and Banking as an elective in the economic major.
Entrance to the Economics Program
Program entrance requirements are that a student must
- have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 and received a grade of C or better in each of the following courses: ECNS 101IS, ECNS 202, ECNS 204IS, and M 161Q or M 171Q (or their equivalents), OR
- be an incoming transfer student or of freshman standing.
Economics students must receive a grade of C or better in ECNS 101IS, ECNS 202, ECNS 204IS, ECNS 301, ECNS 303, and M 161Q or M 171Q (or their equivalents) to meet departmental graduation requirements. All other courses counting toward departmental requirements must be graded C- or better. Thirty-three (33) economics credits are needed to graduate. Twelve communication credits are required for graduation.
A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.