The study of economics leads you to understand how economic reasoning is used to determine how effectively society meets its human and material needs.
Our curriculum is designed to enable you to learn to make balanced judgments in analyzing and interpreting current economic problems by studying the development of economic movements and theories. The principles underlying contemporary economic organizations, the problems of labor, and the problems of the consumer are considered in the curriculum.
We strive to produce graduates who will be informed and able to participate in public and private decision-making in which economic considerations are involved.
Consists of 15 hours to include the following:
- ECN 2003 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ECN 2013 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECN 3103 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
- ECN Elective from the Professional Core
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
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