The Economics minor enables students to acquire a useful understanding of economic concepts and analyses and improves students analytical skills. The minor complements our degree programs in Business and Technology and provides graduates with a competitive edge in the job market. The Economics minor reflects students analytical abilities as well as their commitment to a challenging academic program.
The following requirements below are intended for students beginning Fall 2023.
To declare your minor, please speak to your academic advisor for assistance.
|Choose Three (3) Courses|
|SS 100||Economics for Fashion Creators||3|
|SS 101||Mathematical Economics||3|
|SS 102||Economics of the Global Theme Park Industry||3|
|SS 103||Research Methods||3|
|SS 200||Personal Finance||3|
|SS 201||Contemporary Issues in Economics||3|
|SS 205||Introduction to Accounting & Financial Management||3|
|SS 206||Psychology of Consumer Behavior||3|
|SS 243||History of Economic Thought||3|
|SS 244||Fashion Economics||3|
|SS 302||Economics of Energy and Fossil Fuels||3|
|SS/MC 308||White Gold: Sugar, Power and the Creation of Atlantic Capitalism (Interdisciplinary)||3|
|SS 310||Economic Globalization: Problem or Panacea?||3|
|SS 314||Economics of Art and Culture||3|
|SS 339||Introduction to Development Economics (Honors)||3|
|SS 343||Labor Economics||3|
|SS 345||Fundamentals of Finance for Fashion Industries||3|
|SS 391||Economic Ideas - Past and Present (Honors)||3|
|SS 394||Global Financial Markets (Honors)||3|
|SS 400||Economics of Recreation, Leisure, and Tourism||3|
|SS 442||Environmental Economics and Policy||3|
|SS 443||International Economics||3|
|SS 445||Money and Banking||3|
|SS 446||Economies of Latin America||3|
*Semesterly course offerings are subject to change.