Undergraduate Catalog 20092011
Economics
Faculty
K. T. Pae, Chair; P. L. Altieri, R. R. Daigle, K. H. Kim, C.
LiardMuriente, J. C. Loughlin, B. J. Osoba (Dept.
phone: 8608322725)
Programs
Major in Economics, BA (30
credits)
ECON 200 
Principles of Economics I 
3 
ECON 201 
Principles of Economics II 
3 
ECON 300 
Macroeconomics 
3 
ECON 305 
Microeconomics 
3 
ECON 310 
Mathematical Economics I 
3 
And
15 credits of electives, including:
GEOG 244 
Economic Geography 
3 
In
addition, students must take the following:
MATH 125 
Applied Calculus 
3 
STAT 104 
Elementary Statistics 
3 
PHIL 220 
Introduction to Logic 
3 
or 


MIS 201 
Introduction to Management Information Systems 
3 
Major in Economics with Specialization in Operations
Research, BA (57 credits)
ECON 200 
Principles of Economics I 
3 
ECON 201 
Principles of Economics II 
3 
ECON 305 
Microeconomics 
3 
ECON 460 
Economic Forecasting 
3 
ECON 485 
Econometrics 
3 
MATH 470 
Mathematical Methods in Operations Research 
3 
CS 151 
Computer Science I 
3 
And one of the
following groups of courses:
Group 1 (21 credits)
ECON 300 
Macroeconomics 
3 
ECON 310 
Mathematical Economics I 
3 
ECON 311 
Mathematical Economics II 
3 
MATH 125 
Applied Calculus 
3 
MATH 136* 
Applied Engineering Calculus II 
3 
STAT 215 
Statistics for Behavioral Sciences I 
3 
STAT 216 
Statistics for Behavioral Sciences II 
3 
Group 2
(27 credits)
ECON 300 
Macroeconomics 
3 
ECON 310 
Mathematical Economics I 
3 
ECON 311 
Mathematical Economics II 
3 
MATH 116 
PreCalculus Mathematics 
3 
MATH 152 
Calculus I 
3 
MATH 221 
Calculus II 
3 
MATH 222 
Calculus III 
3 
STAT 315 
Mathematical Statistics I 
3 
STAT 416 
Mathematical Statistics II 
3 
The
remaining 9 or 15 credits may be elected from economics courses acceptable for
the BA economics major (ECON 470 strongly recommended) or from the following
list (but at least two of the courses must have the ECON designator:
MATH 110 
Finite Mathematics 
3 
STAT 455 
Experimental Design 
3 
STAT 456 
Fundamentals of SAS 
3 
CS 151 
Computer Science I 
3 
CS 254 
Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming 
3 
CS 473 
Simulation Techniques 
3 
A maximum of 3
credits may be waived from the requirements for this program upon completion of
an appropriate cooperative work experience.
No minor is
required for students choosing this major.
*signature of chair
of Department of Mathematical Sciences required for admission
Minor in Economics (18
credits)
ECON 200 
Principles of Economics I 
3 
ECON 201 
Principles of Economics II 
3 
Economics electives 
12 
Note: GEOG 244 may
be credited toward the minor for students completing elementary and secondary
certificates.
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