It’s no secret that the economy is a complex, dynamic structure that affects us personally and professionally. But the trends and changes can often be explained by long-standing principles. Gain an in-depth understanding of how society uses its limited resources on a local, national and global scale. You’ll explore the big picture concepts of macroeconomics including taxes, interest rates and unemployment. With a grasp on this, you’ll dive into the details of microeconomics. Become well-equipped to inform and advise on economic tendencies and shifts. Use your economics knowledge to leverage your abilities in other business industries such as accounting and finance, too.
Specific courses required:
- EC 2413 - Principles of Microeconomics
- EC 2403 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- EC 3603 - International Economics and Finance
- MK 3503 - Principles of Marketing
3 additional upper-division hours in Finance or Economics as approved by department chair