The Huizenga College of Business' minor in Economics will provide you with the opportunity to learn both micro and macro economic theory and methods. You will be able to integrate theory and observations, and apply your knowledge into the real world by analyzing social problems and evaluating public policy solutions. Graduates with a minor in Economics will be competent in key concepts of economic theory, analysis and computations.
The minor requires completion of 15 credit hours.
|ECN 3020||Intermediate Microeconomics||3 credits|
|ECN 3025||Intermediate Macroeconomics||3 credits|
|ECN 4210||Econometrics I||3 credits|
|Select two of the following:|
|ECN 3210||Monetary Theory & Policy||3 credits|
|ECN 4215||Econometrics II||3 credits|
|ECN 4300||International Economics||3 credits|
|ECN 4310||Economic Development 1||3 credits|
|ECN 4320||Latin American and Caribbean Economics||3 credits|
|ECN 4500||Principles of Health Economics||3 credits|
|ECN 4600||Law and Economics||3 credits|
|ECN 4910||Advanced Special Topics I||3 credits|
|ECN 4920||Advanced Special Topics II||3 credits|
Full-time professionals are available to discuss the minor in economics curriculum with you in greater detail. Simply call 800.672.7223 Ext. 25168 or contact our Office of Undergraduate Admissions.