The Bachelor of Science degree requires a total of 124 credit hours, 36 in Economics and 18-19 in Mathematics.  These requirements can be comfortably completed in six semesters, never taking more than three of the required courses per semester. General Education Requirements …………………………… (61-62 hours)

English: same as the Bachelor of Arts degree requirements; see the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Requirements…………………………………9

Western Civilization………………………………………..6

Principal course requirements: The same as Bachelor of Arts degree requirements; see the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Requirements………………27

Non-economics Electives. At least three courses at the 300 level or above

Junior Senior Credit Hours. Forty-five hours at the 300 level or above

Economics Requirements

Core Requirements………………………………………15 hours required

Econ 142 (or 143) Principles of Microeconomics (3)

Econ 144 (or 145) Principles of Macroeconomics (3)

Econ 520 Microeconomics (3)

Econ 522 Macroeconomics (3)

Econ 700 Survey of Microeconomics (3)

Econ 715 Elementary Econometrics (3)

Mathematics Requirements ……………………………….18 - 19 hours required

Math 115 (3), Math 116 (3), & Math 122 (5)

Or        

Math 121 (or 141) (5) & Math 122 (or 142) (5)

And     

Math 290 (2), Math 223 (3), & Math 526 (3) 

Electives………………………………………………………18 hours required

Chose six 500 level or above Economics electives

Econ 5xx or 6xx (3)

Econ 5xx or 6xx (3) 

Econ 5xx or 6xx (3) 

Econ 5xx or 6xx (3) 

Econ 5xx or 6xx (3) 

Econ 5xx or 6xx (3)

Minimum Major Hours……………………………………….36 hours required

Note that Econ 700 and Econ 715 are only offered during the fall semester.

Sample BA/BGS Schedule

First Semester

  • Econ 142
  • Math 115 (or 121 or 141)

Second Semester

  • Econ 144
  • Math 116 (or 122 or 142)

Third Semester

  • Econ 500 elective
  • Econ 500 elective
  • Math 526

Fourth Semester

  • Econ 520
  • Econ 522
  • Econ 526

Fifth Semester

  • Econ 600 elective
  • Econ 600 elective
  • Econ 600 elective

Sample BS Schedule

First Semester

  • Econ 142
  • Econ 144
  • (Math 115)

Second Semester

  • Econ 500 elective
  • Econ 500 elective
  • Math 116 or Math 121 or Math 141

Third Semester

  • Econ 520
  • Econ 522
  • Math 122 or Math 142

Fourth Semester

 

 

 


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