Economics Minor

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 2024.

To declare your minor, please speak to your academic advisor for assistance.

Minor Coordinator:
Emre Ozsoz 

Required Courses:
SS 141Macroeconomics3
SS 242Microeconomics3
Choose Three (3) Courses
MA 103Research Methods3
SS 100Economics for Fashion Creators3
SS 101Mathematical Economics3
SS 102Economics of the Global Theme Park Industry3
SS 103Research Methods3
SS 200Personal Finance3
SS 201Contemporary Issues in Economics3
SS 205Introduction to Accounting & Financial Management3
SS 206Psychology of Consumer Behavior3
SS 243History of Economic Thought3
SS 244Fashion Economics3
SS 302Economics of Energy and Fossil Fuels3
SS/MC 308White Gold: Sugar, Power and the Creation of Atlantic Capitalism (Interdisciplinary)3
SS 310Economic Globalization: Problem or Panacea?3
SS 314Economics of Art and Culture3
SS 339Introduction to Development Economics (Honors)3
SS 343Labor Economics3
SS 345Fundamentals of Finance for Fashion Industries3
SS 391Economic Ideas - Past and Present (Honors)3
SS 394Global Financial Markets (Honors)3
SS 400Economics of Recreation, Leisure, and Tourism3
SS 401Managerial Economics3
SS 442Environmental Economics and Policy3
SS 443International Economics3
SS 445Money and Banking3
SS 446Economies of Latin America3

*Semesterly course offerings are subject to change.