Economics as a Minor
For students majoring in other departments, a minor in economics is useful for employment in business or government and for graduate work in any of the social sciences, law, or business.
A minor requires 15 hours of economics courses, including both Economics 240 and 241. Economics 301 cannot be counted towards the minor. Students must obtain at least a 2.0 grade point average in 15 hours of economics courses counted toward the minor. Transfer students must take at least three economics courses in the Department of Economics.