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Business Economics
Degree Requirements

NOTE: The degree requirements listed below are applicable to all students entering during academic year 2016-2017. Students who entered during a previous academic year should view the degree requirements in their entering year catalog in the catalog archives. Students who wish to switch to the 2016-17 major and minor requirements should submit a new Declaration of Major or Declaration of Minor form to the M Center.

Business Economics Major

Business Economics Major
(a minimum of 47 semester course credits)

Required:

ECON 050 Introduction to Economics (4)

ECON 073 Financial Accounting (3)

ECON 081 Introduction to Statistics (4)

ECON 100 Microeconomic Theory (4)

ECON 136 Managerial Economics (4)

ECON 164 Econometrics and Business Forecasting (4)

ECON 187 Internship in Business Economics (3)

Senior Requirement:

ECON 190 Senior Seminar in Business Economics (4)

And select 17 additional semester course credits from:

ECON 101 Macroeconomic Theory (4)

ECON 112 Intermediate Financial Accounting (3)

ECON 113 Money and Financial Institutions (4)

ECON 114 Principles of Individual Investment (3)

ECON 115 Managerial Accounting (3)

ECON 116 Corporate Finance (4)

ECON 117 Women and the Economy (4)

ECON 118 Financial Derivatives (4)

ECON 121 Labor Economics (4)

ECON 128 Governmental Accounting and Nonprofit Accounting (3)

ECON 134 Public Sector Economics: The Economics of Government (4)

ECON 139 Urban Economics (4)

ECON 140 Health Economics (3)

ECON 142 Industrial Organization and Public Policy (4)

ECON 150 Strategic Behavior (4)

ECON 153 Environmental Economics (4)

ECON 155 International Trade (4)

ECON 158 International Finance (4)

ECON 165 Applied Econometrics (4)

ECON 182 Modeling and Data Analysis (4)

ECON 183 Seminar in Business Ethics (4)

GOVT 101 Organizational Theory (3) or
GOVT 102 Administrative Behavior (3)

SOSC 122 Legal Aspects of Business (3)

For information about the Mills BA/MBA accelerated degree program, see Applied Economics.

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Last Updated: 7/18/16