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Major Requirements

As an Economics major, you will typically take the following Economics courses:

ECO1201 Introduction to Economics
ECO1202 Topics in Introductory Economics
ECO2201 Intermediate Microeconomics
ECO2202 Intermediate Macroeconomics

There will be some flexibility to choose the rest of your elective economics courses. Economics majors must take five additional courses (20 credits).  The following courses are generally offered over a two-year period.

ECO1225 Economics of Gender
ECO3303 Economic Development
ECO3304 Economics of Education
ECO3305 Ecological Economics
ECO3306 International Economics
ECO3307 Labor Economics 
ECO3308 Managerial Economics
ECO3309 Marxian Economics
ECO3310 Money and Finance
ECO3311 Public Finance
ECO3312 The History of Economic Thought
ECO3313 Econometrics
ECO3314 U.S. Economic History
ECO3315 Urban and Regional Economics
ECO4001 Economics Seminar
ECO4800 Directed Studies
ECO4850 Economic Research Internship