With this flexible major, take the chance to combine the social sciences in exciting ways, and explore the human society from multiple perspectives.

Course Requirements 2016-2017

(34-37 semester hours)

  • ECON-221 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON-222 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • One from:
    • ECON-326 Managerial Economics/Intermediate Microeconomics
    • ECON-326 Business Cycles & Forecasting/Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Two from:
    • ECON-325 Managerial Economics/Intermediate Microeconomics
    • ECON-326 Business Cycles & Forecasting/Intermediate Macroeconomics
    • ECON-330 Urban Growth and Development
    • ECON-331 Money and Financial Markets
    • ECON-334 Competition and Market Performance
    • ECON-335 Human Resources Economics
    • ECON-337 World Poverty and Economic Development
    • ECON-338 International Trade and Finance
    • ECON-339 Government Finance and Publics Policy
    • ECON-343 Research Methods
    • ECON-345 Advanced Topics in Economics
  • Four courses from one of the social sciences (sociology, psychology, political science or history)
  • Two electives from economics and/or business

Cognates

(6-9 semesters hours)

  • One from:
  • One from:
    • IS-171 Computing with Spreadsheets
    • IS-175 Productivity Software
  • One from:
    • IS-151 Computing Presentations
    • IS-153 Computing with the Internet
    • IS-221 Personal Computer Admin
    • IS-141 Computing with Databases
    • IS-271 Introduction to Information Systems
  • Or one from:
    • CS-104 Applied Computing
    • CS-108 Introduction to Computing
    • CS-112 Introduction to Data Structures
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