Bachelor of Arts in Economics
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Bachelor of Arts in Economics

This is a sample program and should be used only as a guide to setting up schedules. It is not necessary to adhere strictly to the following B.A. program; it is provided only as a guide.

EC 110, 211, M 110 and M 112 must be taken in the First Year. Required credits: 36. Required courses: EC 110, 211, 311, 312 and QNT 230. Up to six credits of the 36 may be from related fields of quantitative methods and finance. Two Writing-Intensive Courses are needed to satisfy graduation requirements. A total of 120 credits minimum is required for the BA degree.

(Applicable for the 2017-2018 Bulletin.)

First Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
DIA 100, Dialogue1
FYS 100, First-Year Seminar3
M 110, Modeling with Elementary Functions3
CS 110, Introduction to Computers, or CS 111, Programming Foundations, or InfoTechLit course3
EC 110, Principles of Macroeconomics3
Humanities Elective 13
Total Credits = 16

First Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
EC 211, Principles of Microeconomics3
WRT 110, Academic Writing I3
M 112, A Short Course in Calculus3
Humanities elective 23
AUCT (but not AUCT 150)4
Total Credits = 16

Second Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
EC 312, Managerial Economics3
WRT 210, Foundations of Argument3
POL 110, Power and Politics in America, or POL 210, Urban Politics3
Humanities elective 33
QNT 230, Business Statistics3
Total Credits = 15

Second Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
EC 311, Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis3
Elective3
SOC 110, Introduction to Sociology3
AUCW3
Writing Intensive Elective3
DIA 200, Career Dialogue1
Total Credits = 16

Third Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
Lab Science4
Arts elective3
AUCA3
Elective3
Economics elective W3
Total Credits = 16

Third Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
Economics elective3
Economics elective3
AUCC3
Elective3
Elective3
Total Credits = 15

Fourth Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
2 EC electives6
3 Electives9
Total Credits = 15

Fourth Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
2 EC electives6
3 Electives9
Total Credits = 15