Requirements for a major in economics are:
Effective Class of 2016:
Students studying abroad or at other institutions in the U.S. may transfer a maximum of one 300-level course per term of study and no more than two such courses in total.
Effective Class of 2017:
Majors are required to take
Effective Class of 2019:
Students may not count economics classes taken S/U above the 100 level towards the major or minor. Students may not count
NOTE: Calculus II and III, as well as Linear Algebra (offered by the Department of Mathematics), are strongly recommended for students planning to go to graduate school in economics or business.
NOTE: Only economics courses will appear in the major GPA.
Writing Requirement in the Major:
The Economics Department has a strong commitment to helping its students become proficient writers who are able to communicate their analyses in a manner generally accepted in the economics profession. Students will fulfill the writing in the major requirement upon satisfactory completion of