College of Business and Public Administration

Degree Programs

B.A. in Economics / B.S. in Finance

 

Overview

The department offers a B.A. in Economics, B.A. in Economics: Business Economics Option, B.A. in Economics/Teacher Certification, and a B.S. degree in Finance. For both the Economic and Finance major the student is introduced to the basic structure, processes institutions and theories of the field of study. The student is trained in the analytical tools used in their study. Courses in Economics and Finance prepare the student for graduate work in economics, finance, management and law as well as corporate and public sector employment. All majors are urged to seek early advisement and to take additional math and computer science courses if they plan on doing graduate work in either Economics or Finance. Advisement by a department faculty member is strongly recommended. Pick up advisement sheet in W405.

Degree Programs

B.A. in Economics

B.S. in Finance

OPTIONAL MAJORS IN THIS DEPT.:
Business Economics: Teacher Certification;  B.S. Finance

Courses shown below are not a complete outline of major completion. Please click here to find the PDF file that outlines all the requirements of your major.

Degree Requirements

GENERAL EDUCATION
Please refer to your curriculum guide sheet for up-to-date core requirements.

Courses in Dept. that satisfy College Breadth Requirements
Eco 1020 Principles of Economics I 3
Eco 1021 Principles of Economics II 3

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS


COURSES WITHIN PROGRAM(S) REQUIRED FOR ACADEMIC MAJOR(S)
Eco 3020 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
Eco 3021 Intermediate Microeconomics 3
Eco 3300 Money and Banking 3
Capstone course

MINOR REQUIREMENTS
Eco 1020 Principles of Economics I 3
Eco 1021 Principles of Economics II 3
Eco 3020 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
Eco 3021 Intermediate Microeconomics 3
Eco 3300 Money and Banking 3

And One 3000 or 4000 Level Economics Course

 

ELECTIVES


Eco 1000 Economic Issues
Eco 2030 History of Economic Thought 3
Eco 2040 American Economic Development 3
Eco 2041 European Economic Development 3
Eco 2900 The Economics of Poverty 3
Eco 2920 Consumer Economics 3
Eco 3022 Managerial Economics 3
Eco 3050 Comparative Economic Systems 3
Eco 3051 The Capitalist System 3
Eco 3100 Economic Development 3
Eco 3110 Latin American Economic Development 3
Eco 3200 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Economics 3
Eco 3320 Public Finance 3
Eco 3400 International Economics 3
Eco 3600 Government and Business 3
Eco 3610 Industrial Organization and Public Policy 3
Eco 3630 The Economics of Transportation 3
Eco 3730 Economic Geography 3
Eco 3800 Labor Economics I 3
Eco 3801 Labor Economics II 3
Eco 3820 The Economics of Crime and Punishment 3
Eco 3840 Population Economics 3
Eco 3900 Economics of Discrimination 3
Eco 3910 Health Economics 3
Eco 3930 Urban Economics 3
Eco 4050 Seminar in Comparative Economic Systems 3
Eco 4100 Business Cycle Theory 3
Eco 4200 Introduction to Econometrics 3
Eco 4300 Monetary and Fiscal Policy 3
Eco 4310 Monetary Economics 3
Eco 4420 Advanced International Economics 3
Eco 4430 International Monetary Economics 3
Eco 4440 Seminar in International Economics: Advanced Theory and Policy 3
Eco 4500 Selected Topics in Economics 3 (CAP STONE COURSE)
Eco 4930 Regional and Urban Economic Theory 3
Fin 1300 Personal Finance 3
Fin 3310 Management of Corporate Finance I 3
Fin 3311 Management of Corporate Finance II 3
Fin 3320 Preparation and Analysis of Financial Statements 3
Fin 3350 International Business Finance 3
Fin 4300 Investments 3
Fin 4310 Capital and Money Markets 3
Fin 4320 Capital Budgeting Management 3
Fin 4330 Working Capital Management 3
Fin 4500 Seminar in Selected Topics in Finance 3 (CAP  STONE  COURSE)
Fin 4801-4806 Cooperative Education Finance 1-6