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Economics: Minors

Requirements for a Minor in Accounting

18 hours
ACCT 2101, ACCT 2102, ACCT 3131, ACCT 3132, and six credits from ACCT 3231, ACCT 3330 and ACCT 4430

Requirements for a Minor in Business

15-18 hours
ACCT 2101, ECON 2106, ECON 3210, ECON 3220, ECON 3230, and ECON 2105 (if not taken in the core curriculum)

Progress Requirements: All minor concentrations require a grade of "C" or better in every economics course.

Requirements for a Minor in Economics

15 hours
ECON 2105 or 2106.  Twelve credit hours of upper division economics courses, 3000 and above, except for ECON 5150U.

Progress Requirements: All minor concentrations require a grade of "C" or better in every economics course.

Requirements for a Minor in Finance

18 hours
ACCT 2101, ECON 2105, and 12 credits from ECON 3230, ECON 3300, ECON 4100, ECON 4150, ECON 4170, ECON 4310 (ECON 4100, 4150, 4170, and 4310 may not be used to meet both major and minor requirements)

Progress Requirements: All minor concentrations require a grade of "C" or better in every economics course.

Requirements for a Minor in Marketing

15 hours
ECON 2106 plus 12 hours of marketing (MKTG) courses.  No more than six credits may be used for both the major and the minor.

Progress Requirements: All minor concentrations require a grade of "C" or better in every economics course.

 

updated 8/2016

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