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  Jan 19, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Economics Major, B.A.


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Required Courses:


Subtotal: 21


Economics Electives (upper division economics courses): 18


Totals:


Total Hours of Economics required for the Economics Major

39

Selected Minor (minimum)

18

General Studies (minimum)

33

Multicultural Requirement*

3

Electives*

27

Total Hours Required for the Bachelor of Arts in Economics

120

A student must complete at least twelve (12) upper-division semester hours in economics at MSU Denver.

A grade of “C-” or better must be earned in each economics course for that course to count toward the degree Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Students should note that programs differ in the minimum grade required.

ECO 2010 and ECO 2020 may not be used by economics majors to fulfill General Studies requirements.

Economics with Secondary Social Studies Licensure:


In addition to the required Social Science core the Economics major includes advanced courses in Economics, Econometrics, and Applied Economic Policy.

Additional Licensure Requirement for Secondary Social Sciences:


Economics Core:


Economics Core Total: 21


Electives: (12 upper division Economics courses)


  • ECO 3200 - Economic History of the U S Credits: 3
  • ECO xxxx Selected in consultation with an advisor Credits: 3
  • ECO xxxx Selected in consultation with an advisor Credits: 3
  • ECO xxxx Selected in consultation with an advisor Credits: 3

Electives Total required: 12


*Note:


The standard Economics major requires 18 hours of electives. GEG 3000 and PSC 3030, which are required for Secondary Social Studies, will be accepted towards the major replacing two Economics electives.

Additional Course Requirements for Secondary Social Studies:


Totals:


Additional Required Courses Total
30
Major Total
33
General Studies Total
25
Licensure Total (Includes HIS 4010)
37
Grand Total
125

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