The minor in economics provides a foundation in microeconomics and macroeconomics from a variety of lenses. Courses assess the ways in which economics are affected by technology, social, environmental and institutional capital, globalization and psychology. The minor in economics is valuable across many fields. Those who study economics may find career opportunities in business and government such as management consulting, business analysis, market research, and others. NOTE: This minor may not be declared with the following major: BS Business Management: Economics.
Students will have the opportunity to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of economic principles.
- Explain the inner working of international goods and services markets.
- Apply varied lenses to the field of economics.