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2017-2018 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics, BS


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Economics, B.S.


CRITICAL REQUIREMENTS

SEMESTER 1: “C” or better in ENGL 1001, MATH 1021; 2.3 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 2: “C” or better in ISDS 1102, MATH 1431; 2.3 business GPA; 2.6 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 3: “C” or better in ACCT 2001, ECON 2000; 2.3 business GPA; 2.6 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 4: ECON 2010; ISDS 2000; Admission to the College; 2.3 business GPA; 2.6 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 5: “C” or better in ENGL 2000; ACCT 2101

Total Semester Hours: 15


Semester 2


Total Semester Hours: 15


Total Semester Hours: 15


Semester 4


Total Semester Hours: 15


Total Semester Hours: 15


Total Semester Hours: 15


Semester 7


  •  ECON Electives (6)7
  • Business Elective (3000/4000-level) (3)6
  • General Education course - Humanities (3)
  • Elective (3)7

Total Semester Hours: 15


Semester 8


Total Semester Hours: 15


120 Total Sem. Hrs.


1 - If postgraduate study in economics is anticipated, it is strongly recommended that the student should pursue a minor in mathematics.

2 - GENERAL EDUCATION NATURAL SCIENCE REQUIREMENT: If two course sequence is taken in the physical science, the additional three hour course must be taken from the life sciences, and vice versa.

3 - Oral and Written Communication Requirement 1: Choose from CMST 2060 , CMST 2061  or CMST 2064 .
A Communication Intensive (C-I) course may be substituted for the Oral and Written Communication Requirement with permission from an academic advisor.

4 - Business students cannot receive credit for ACCT 2000 , ECON 2030 , FIN 3715  or ISDS 1100 .

5 -  Oral and Written Communication Requirement 2: Choose from CMST 2060 , CMST 2061  or CMST 4113 .
A Communication Intensive (C-I) course may be substituted for the Oral and Written Communication Requirement with permission from an academic advisor.

6 - BUSINESS ELECTIVES: to be selected from the 3000 or 4000 level offerings of the following departments: ACCT, BADM, BLAW, ECON, FIN, GBUS, MGT, MKT, and ISDS.

7 - ELECTIVES: See “Electives ” under “Degree Requirements of the College .”

     ECON ELECTIVES: See department advisor for more details.

Area of Concentration


Empirical Economic Analysis


CRITICAL REQUIREMENTS

SEMESTER 1: “C” or better in ENGL 1001, MATH 1021; 2.3 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 2: “C” or better in ISDS 1102, MATH 1431; 2.3 business GPA; 2.6 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 3: “C” or better in ACCT 2001, ECON 2000; 2.3 business GPA; 2.6 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 4: ECON 2010; ISDS 2000; Admission to the College; 2.3 business GPA; 2.6 cumulative GPA

SEMESTER 5: “C” or better in ENGL 2000; ACCT 2101

Total Semester Hours: 15

Semester 2

Total Semester Hours: 15

Semester 3

Total Semester Hours: 15

Semester 4

Total Semester Hours: 15

Total Semester Hours: 15

Total Semester Hours: 15

Semester 7

Total Semester Hours: 15

Semester 8

Total Semester Hours: 15

120 Total Sem. Hrs.

1 - If postgraduate study in economics is anticipated, it is strongly recommended that the student should pursue a minor in mathematics.

2 - GENERAL EDUCATION NATURAL SCIENCE REQUIREMENT: If two course sequence is taken in the physical science, the additional three hour course must be taken from the life sciences, and vice versa.

3 - Oral and Written Communication Requirement 1: Choose from CMST 2060 , CMST 2061  or CMST 2064 .
A Communication Intensive (C-I) course may be substituted for the Oral and Written Communication Requirement with permission from an academic advisor.

4 - Business students cannot receive credit for ACCT 2000 , ECON 2030 , FIN 3715  or ISDS 1100 .

5 -  Oral and Written Communication Requirement 2: Choose from CMST 2060 , CMST 2061  or CMST 4113 .
A Communication Intensive (C-I) course may be substituted for the Oral and Written Communication Requirement with permission from an academic advisor.

6 - BUSINESS ELECTIVES: to be selected from the 3000 or 4000 level offerings of the following departments: ACCT, BADM, BLAW, ECON, FIN, GBUS, MGT, MKT, and ISDS.

      ELECTIVES: See “Electives ” under “Degree Requirements of the College .”

      ECON ELECTIVES: See department advisor for more details.

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