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Creative Thought 
at Work
...in Economics

Melvis 

Melvis Langyintuo, '12

Tony

Tony Lano, '97

Gwen

Gwendolyn Bluemich, '05

David

David Levine, '91

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The department offers a minor in economics that consists of a minimum of EC 103, EC 104, EC 235 and EC 236; MA 111 (MA 108 and MA 109); and at least two additional economics courses at the 300 level.



Effective Class of 2017: Requirements for the economics minor are EC 103, EC 104, EC 235, and EC 236; MA 111 (MA 108 and MA 109); and at least two additional economics courses, at least one of which must be at the 300 level.  Students may count a maximum of one 200-level elective course toward the minor, including courses transferred from study abroad or other insitutions.  All electives must be 3- or 4-credit courses.



Effective class of 2019:

Students may not count economics classes taken S/U above the 100 level toward the major or minor. EC 237 (or equivalents) does not count toward the minor.

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