All standard majors require a minor in a second discipline or a second major.
A minimum of 36 credits is required, including the 24-credit Nucleus and nine credits of upper-division Economics electives.
All Economics Majors require completion of the 24-credit Economics Nucleus and completion of MATH 140 College Algebra (GT-MA1), MATH 141 Precalculus (GT-MA1), or MATH 151 Calculus I (GT-MA1) with a minimum grade of “C-.”
|ECON 301||Intermediate Macroeconomics||3|
|ECON 302||Intermediate Microeconomics||3|
|ECON 303||International Economics and Globalization||3|
|ECON 498||Income Distribution, Poverty and Wealth||3|
|ECON 216||Statistics for Business and Economics||3|
|or MATH 213||Probability and Statistics|
|Upper-division Economics electives (courses numbered 300 or above)||9|
Capstone Course Requirement
The following courses in the Economics Major fulfill the Capstone Course Requirement: ECON 498 INCOME DISTRBTN POVERTY/WEALTH. Students completing the Secondary Licensure Emphasis may use student teaching to fulfill this requirement.
Undergraduate programs require a minimum of 120 semester credits for graduation. Of those 120 credits, 40 credits must be in upper-division courses (those marked 300 and above). Fifteen of these 40 upper-division credits must be earned in courses that are part of the standard or comprehensive major program being pursued.
Students are expected to review all graduation requirements, which can be found in the Western Undergraduate Catalog: Graduation Requirements.