|B.A. Economics||B.A. Economics, International Emphasis|
|Lower Division Requirements||Lower Division Requirements|
|ECON 110 and ECON 120 (OR ECON 105)||ECON 110 and ECON 120 (OR ECON 105)|
|MATH 112 OR MATH 131||MATH 112 OR MATH 131|
|ECON 230 OR ECON 235||ECON 230 OR ECON 235|
|Upper Division Requirements||Upper Division Requirements|
|ECON 310 Intermediate Microeconomics I||ECON 310 Intermediate Microeconomics I|
|ECON 320 Intermediate Macroeconomics||ECON 320 Intermediate Macroeconomics|
|ECON 410 Intermediate Microeconomics II||ECON 410 Intermediate Microeconomics II|
|ECON upper division course||ECON 370 International Trade|
|ECON upper division course||ECON 372 International Finance Theory|
|ECON upper division course||ECON 474 Economic Development|
|ECON 400-level course||ECON upper division course|
|ECON 400-level course||ECON 400-level course|
|ECON 490 Senior Assessment (0 credit)||ECON 490 Senior Assessment (0 credit)|
A grade of at least C- must be obtained in every upper division course in the major, and the average grade in upper division economics courses must be at least C (2.0).
Economics majors are required to take one social science course from outside the major. The course may be a lower or upper level course in Geography, Political Science, Sociology, Urban Studies, or any course that satisfies the Understanding Human Behavior requirement of the University Core.
Students with majors in business may also pursue a major in economics by fulfilling the requirements of the B.A. or B.S. track described above. With prior permission of the Department, double majors in Business and Economics may select two upper division Business Administration courses as part of their economics electives.