Junior and Senior Economics Major

In addition to the junior and senior year core requirements, students majoring in economics should include the following courses in the junior and senior years:

ECO 305 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (prereq. ECO 110, 120; MTH 175 or 207)
ECO 308 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (prereq. ECO 110, 120; MTH 175 or 207)

Students will select at least four elective economics courses, 300/400 level, to complete the major requirements. The fifth elective may be any additional 300/400 level course in a business area, including internship credit (ECO 450).

Special notice should be given to the University’s graduation requirement of 40 credits at the 300/400 level. Students will not automatically meet this requirement and may need to plan for additional credit at that level. It’s a good idea to check this requirement on the Advising Report before the senior year to determine how many, if any, credits students will still need to elect to meet this requirement.