|COURSE REQUIREMENTS||ECONOMICSa||QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS||MINOR IN ECONOMICSb|
|Required ECON courses||2, 10, 170, 173, 174, 190||2, 10, 170,c 173, 174, 190||2, 10, and either 173 or 174|
|Elective ECON courses||Four 100-level||Two 100-level||Three 100-level|
|Required MATH courses||28 or 50||50, 70, 80, 100||28 or 50|
|Required statistics courses||STAT 71, STAT 72d||ACTS 131, and either ACTS 141 or STAT 72d||None|
|Other courses||Nine hours outside the CBPA.e||Two MATH courses from 101, 110, 120, 125, 127, 176, 184||None|
AVAILABLE DEGREES: For a Bachelor of Arts degree, students must complete the usual all-university requirements. For a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, students must also complete the Business Core Curriculum.
|BA in Economics||Just economics||Students planning careers in law or government. Requirements are flexible, so you can easily add a second major in history, international relations, political science, etc.|
|BSBA in Economics||Economics plus Business Core Curriculum||Students planning careers in law or business. The Core Curriculum includes introductory courses in all business disciplines, so you are well-prepared for general business careers.|
|BA or BSBA in Quantitative Economics||Economics plus math and statistics||Students planning careers in economics or closely related fields. To be an "economist" you need a graduate degree; to get into graduate school, you need lots of math courses (see table of recommended math courses compiled by Hannah Shell '14). This program is also for students seeking research jobs in government, business, or consulting.|
|Minor in Economics||Economics "lite"||Students majoring in a field related to economics (finance, international business, international relations, political science, etc.) who want some economics but do not have time for an economics major.|
Updated May 14, 2015 by wmb.