A minor in economics is a great companion to any major, all business majors for sure. It’s a great complement to a social science or mathematical science major. A minor in economics also prepares you well for law school or a career in government.
A minor in economics involves 18 credit hours of economics courses. It includes
You can look up complete economics course descriptions in the Undergraduate Course Catalog.
The minor is open to both non-business and business majors (except those majoring in economics).
Unlike other business 300/400 courses, all economics courses are open to both business majors and non-majors who meet course prerequisites.
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