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Economics: BA in Economics, International Economics

The Bachelor of Arts in Economics, International Economics Track provides a deeper understanding of the international economy, helping graduates compete in a global economy and preparing them for policy and professional programs with an international focus.

The international track requires a language sequence in Area F and at least three credits earned toward the degree in an international study program. Students participating in the international track are expected to choose project, paper and research topics related to international economics whenever possible.

Program of Study

A. General Requirements

Core Areas A, B, C, D, and E - 42 hours

Area F - 18 hours

Physical Education - 3 hours

First-Year Seminar- 1 hour

B. Major Field Courses - 33 hours

Fifteen credit hours drawn from among the following courses:

C. Related Field Courses - 9 hours

D. Electives - 18 hours

E. Regents’ Test, university exit exam, and department exit exam

Total Semester Hours - 123 hours


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