Economics - Graduate Minor

The graduate minor in economics is appropriate for those who seek a better understanding of how micro- and macro- economic forces influence individuals, business and government decision making.  Students interested in public utility regulation, banking and finance, government service, or law will find the minor especially interesting.

Graduate students wishing to earn a minor in economics must complete 12 semester credit hours, including:

Select at least two from the following:6
Microeconomic Theory3
Macroeconomic Theory3
Econometrics I3
ECON or AEEC 500 or higher courses (excluding ECON 503) 16
Total Credits12
1

ECON 503 Managerial Economics cannot be counted toward the minor. 

Students pursuing the economics minor must fulfill the course prerequisites before enrolling in the graduate courses.