2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Belmont University
  
Bachelor of Science in Economics (B.S.)

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Economics provides students with a broad and fundamental knowledge of economic principles and policies. These principles are applied to a wide range of topics such as economic development, environmental issues, poverty, urban and regional development, international trade, labor issues, and economic history. Students in this major are prepared for careers in business, government service, and also for advanced study in law, business, or other graduate schools.


Major in Economics Hours
General Education Core Requirements     60-66 
       
Technical Requirement      
MTH 1140, Quantitative Methods in Business (Taken as part of General Education Core) or MTH 1150, Elementary Statistics  

 
Major Requirements  

 30

ECO 2210, Principles of Macroeconomics   3  
ECO 2220, Principles of Microeconomics  
3
 
ECO 3260, Intermediate Macroeconomics   3  
ECO 3270, Intermediate Microeconomics  
3
 
ECO 4400, International Economics   3  
Economics Electives (3000-level or above)  
15
 
       
Minor Requirements  

 18

General Electives     14-20 
       
Total Hours 128