Choose and complete 24 credits of additional upper division economic electives.
Upon advisor approval, a maximum of 8 of these 24 credits may be taken in appropriate non-Economics courses.
Students interested in Public Policy are encouraged to take EC 310, EC 319, and EC 364. For an International focus, EC 321 and EC 379 are encouraged. Those students interested in Finance are encouraged to take EC 318, BA 385, and BA 472. For students intending to pursue graduate school in Economics, Calculus and Linear Algebra courses through the Mathematics program are encouraged.