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    Oct 03, 2022  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics Major (Business Administration), BS in Business Administration – Traditional Option


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The economics major provides an opportunity to apply the  theoretical and analytical rigor of basic managerial and macroeconomic tools to contemporary issues in economics and business. Students choose from a traditional option (24 hours in economics), a collateral option (complementary course work in finance, mathematics, or statistics), or a dual concentration in international business. Electives, as well as major course work under the traditional option, consider topics such as business/industrial organization and public finance, as well as international, quantitative, monetary, regional/urban, environmental, labor, and health economics. Majors pursue careers in the traditional business disciplines, consulting, all levels of government service, and a variety of other fields. The program provides excellent training for graduate work in economics, business, public policy, and law. Students planning to pursue graduate study in economics should elect the quantitative economics and mathematics collateral option.

Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration • Economics Major • Traditional Option


First Year  Hours Credit
1, 2Written Communication: ENGL 101 *, ENGL 102 * 6
3Quantitative Reasoning: MATH 123 *, MATH 125 * or MATH 141 *, MATH 142 * 6 or 8
Cultures and Civilizations : Intermediate Foreign Language* 6
Natural Sciences * 6-8
Social Sciences * 3
Oral Communication: CMST 210 *,  *, CMST 240 *, or  * 3
   
Second Year  
ACCT 200  3
Social Sciences: ECON 201 * 4
Written Communication:  ENGL 255 *,  *, or ENGL 295 * 3
STAT 201 * 3
MGT 201  3
BUAD 242  2
2Arts and Humanities * 6
Electives 6
   
Third Year  
BUAD 331 , BUAD 332  4
BUAD 341 , BUAD 342  4
Ethics: PHIL 244 * or PHIL 252 * 3
FINC 301  3
ECON 312  3
ECON 313  3
BUAD 353  3
BUAD 361  3
Economics Major Coursework 3
   
Fourth Year  
Economics Major Coursework 3
BULW 301  2
Economics Electives (four additional economics courses, with at least two at the 400 level) 12
  3
Electives 7-11
   Total 120
   
Economics Major Coursework Options (choose one area of focus):
ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS – ECON 362 , ECON 463 .
HEALTH ECONOMICS – ECON 436 , PUBH 300 .
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS – ECON 322 , ECON 421 .
INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION – ECON 331 , ECON 435 .
LABOR ECONOMICS – ECON 441 ; MGT 472 .
MONEY/MACROECONOMICS – ECON 351 , ECON 413 .
PUBLIC ECONOMICS – ECON 471 , ECON 472 .
QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS – ECON 381 , ECON 482 .
REGIONAL/URBAN ECONOMICS – ECON 361 ; FINC 485  (ACCT 301  prerequisite).
   
* Meets University General Education Requirement .
1 Must be completed by the end of the First Year.
2 Students who complete ENGL 118 * with a grade of A or B will complete their first year composition requirement by choosing ENGL 102 *, a sophomore-level course in the English department, or ENGL 355 *. If the sophomore-level English course appears on the Arts and Humanities list , the course may also be counted toward the Arts and Humanities requirement.
3 MATH 125 * or MATH 141 * are prerequisites for STAT 201 *, which is taken during the second semester of the Second Year. As a result, either MATH 125 * or MATH 141 * must be completed by the end of the first semester of the Second Year. 

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