Economics B.A. - Economics Education

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Bachelor of Arts - Economics; Concentration in Economics Education

College of Humanities & Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 50-54

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2022-23

Note: Refer to graduation requirements listed previously in the catalog. See index.

General Education Requirements

Information regarding these requirements can be found in the General Education Section of the catalog.

Summary

Lower-Division Core

6

Upper-Division Core

13

Upper-Division Electives

17

Non-Economics Required Courses

11-15

Economics Education Concentration Requirements

3

Total Hours

50-54


Lower-Division Core

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

ECNS 201S

Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECNS 202S

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Upper-Division Core

Note: The upper-division writing requirement must be met by successfully completing ECNS 481.

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

ECNS 301

Intermediate Micro with Calculus

3

ECNS 302

Intermediate Macroeconomics

3

ECNS 403

Introduction to Econometrics

4

ECNS 481

Communicating Economics

3

Total Hours

13

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Upper-Division Electives

Note: ECNS 398 credits may count for elective credits with prior approval of the chair or their designee.

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 17 credits of the following courses:

17

ECNS 310

Intro Health Economics

ECNS 312

Labor Economics

ECNS 313

Money and Banking

ECNS 320

Public Finance

ECNS 325

Economics of Sports

ECNS 391

Special Topics

ECNS 405

Game Theory

ECNS 406

Industrial Organization

ECNS 431

International Trade

ECNS 433

Economics of the Environment

ECNS 445

Int Env Econ & Clim Change

ECNS 450

Adv. Topics in Economic Dev.

ECNS 451

Behavioral and Experimental Economics

ECNS 491

Special Topics

ECNS 494

Senior Seminar

FORS 320

Forest Environmental Economics

GPHY 323S

Economic Geography of Rural Areas

NRSM 425

Nat Res & Envir Economics

PSCI 365

Pub Policy Issues and Analysis

Total Hours

17

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Non-Economics Required Courses

Rule: All courses are required.

Note: M 162 must be taken before ECNS 301. STAT 216 must be taken before ECNS 403. Students planning graduate study in economics should take M 171 and M 172 and consider M 221, M 307 and ECNS 511, ECNS 513 and ECNS 560.

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

M 115

Probability and Linear Mathematics

3

M 171
& M 172

Calculus I
and Calculus II

4-8

or M 162

Applied Calculus

STAT 216

Introduction to Statistics (or equivalent)

4

Total Hours

11-15

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Economics Education Concentration

Note: The EDU 497 course number is used for multiple courses. Students should register for EDU 497 Methods: 5-12 Social Studies.

Code

Title

Hours

Complete the following course:

EDU 497

Methods: 5-12 Social Studies

3

Total Hours

3

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Secondary Teaching Licensure

Note: For endorsement to teach economics, a student also must gain admission to the Teacher Education Program and meet all the requirements for secondary teaching licensure. For more information, see the Teaching and Learning Department.