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Required courses for the BBA degree include include 

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ECO 1001

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ECO 1002

DisciplineECO, courses that form the foundation of knowledge in micro- and macro-economics, respectively. These courses are prerequisites for all other economics courses.

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Prerequisites to the Major               12 or 13 credits
(Not Credited to the Major)

Economics: 6 credits

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ECO 1001

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Micro-Economics

3 credits

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ECO 1002

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Macro-Economics

3 credits

 

Statistics: 3 credits*

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STA 2000

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Business Statistics I

(Students must complete complete 

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BUS 1000

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BUS 1011

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CIS 2200

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3 credits

 

Mathematics      3-4 credits**

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MTH 2003

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Precalculus and Elements of Calculus

3 credits

or

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MTH 2009

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Precalculus

3 credits

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A more advanced calculus course

3-4 credits


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PSY 2100

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STA 2100

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MTH 2000

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MTH 2207

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Required Courses in the Major                                           9 credits 

The three required courses build on the foundations of the introductory micro- and macro-economics courses, 

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ECO 1001

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DisciplineECO. Economics majors should plan on taking all three of the required courses, especially
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ECO 4000

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BLS 3015

Black Economic Development: 1860 to the Present

3 credits

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BLS 3016

Urban Economic Structure (

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LTS 3016

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3 credits

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ECO 3110

Industrial Organization and Public Policy

3 credits

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ECO 3160

Field Study of the Economics of the Environment, Business, Culture and Global Sustainability

3 credits

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ECO 3220

Money, Banking, and Monetary Policy

3 credits

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ECO 3250

International Economics and Finance

3 credits

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ECO 3310

Principles of Public Finance

3 credits

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ECO 3400

Evolution of Economic Thought

3 credits

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ECO 3501

Economics of Labor

3 credits

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ECO 4051

Financial Econometrics

3 credits

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ECO 4100

Advanced Micro-Economics

3 credits

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ECO 4200

Advanced Macro-Economics

3 credits

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ECO 4201

Monetary Economics

3 credits

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ECO 4300

Mathematical Economics

3 credits

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ECO 4501

Advanced Labor Economics (3503)

3 credits

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HIS 3410

History of American Business Enterprise

3 credits

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PAF 3101

Public Finance/Managing Public Resources*

3 credits

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PAF 3102

Economic Analysis and Public Policy*

3 credits

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Economics of the Public Sector3 credits

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PHI 3050

Ethics, Economics, and the Business System

3 credits

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POL 3103

Political Economy

3 credits

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POL 3315

Government and the American Economy 

3 credits

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The Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance offers a liberal arts minor in economics. The liberal arts minor consists of 9 credits and requires that students take

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  • 3 additional credits in 3000-level or 4000-level courses in economics
  • A 3 credit communication-intensive 4000-level capstone course in economics.

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