The specific courses required for a Bachelors degree in economics include the general University education requirements and the appropriate college core, plus:
- Intermediate Macroeconomics
- Intermediate Microeconomics
- Economic Forecasting and Analysis
- a minimum of 12 hours of upper division economics electives
Students may emphasize regional economics, business economics, labor economics, international economics, or general economics by selecting appropriate courses. Other majors may earn a minor in economics by completing any 15 hours of economics course work. Additional information is available from the departmental Economics advisors.