The economics minor allows no more than three courses in the student’s major to count toward this minor.
|ECON 250||Principles of Macroeconomics 1||3|
|ECON 251||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|ECON 350||Intermediate Macroeconomics||3|
|ECON 351||Intermediate Microeconomics||3|
|Select three upper-division economics courses:||9|
|Financial Markets and Institutions|
|Economics of the Developing World|
|Urban and Regional Economics 2|
|International Trade and Finance|
|Microfinance and Microenterprise|
|Industrial Organization and Regulation|
|Economics and Religion|
Meets the General Education Social Science requirement.
Meets the General Education Civic Knowledge and Engagement requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Competent Business Knowledge: Demonstrate knowledge in multiple business disciplines, including management, finance, marketing, accounting and economics.
- Critical Thinking: Identify and solve business problems using analytical and critical thinking skills.
- Christian Business Ethics: Demonstrate the ability to evaluate business decisions based on a Christian perspective.
- Written Communication: Convey ideas clearly through professional written communication.
- Oral Communication: Express ideas effectively through professional oral presentations.
- Collaborative Teamwork: Demonstrate the ability to function as an effective business team member.
- Comprehensive Global Awareness: Identify cultural, economic and political aspects of business in a global environment.
- Discipline Knowledge: Demonstrate knowledge of economics concepts.
- Discipline Problem Solving/Strategy: Solve core economics problems, or analyze economics situations and provide strategy for effectiveness.