Economics Major

DEGREE PROGRAM CHECK SHEET

Complete all Institutional Graduation Requirements (Including University Writing Requirement, Diversity Requirement, General Education Requirement, etc.) as provided at http://www.eou.edu/registrar.
Program Requirements: Economics is a minimum of 61 credit hour degree. A grade of “C-” or better is required for each course counting towards the major, but a cumulative grade of C [2.00] is required for completion of the major.

 

LOWER DIVISION REQUIRED COURSES: 19 credits
Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisite(s)
ECON 201 Microeconomics [SSC] 5 MATH 095 or 098
ECON 202 Macroeconomics [SSC,UWR] 5 MATH 095 or 098
MATH 241 Survey Calculus [SMI] 4 MATH 111 or equivalent
Online students complete MATH 241A/241B in lieu of MATH 241

Choose one of the following options:

STAT 243 Elementary Statistics [SMI] 4 MATH 095
Online students complete STAT 243A/243B in lieu of STAT 243
STAT 244 Correlation & Regression 1 STAT 243 or STAT 243A
————– OR —————
POLS 251 Social Science Research Methods 5 MATH 095

 

REQUIRED UPPER DIVISION COURSES: 19 credits
Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisite(s)
ECON 301 Intermediate Microeconomics 5 ECON 201
ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics 5 ECON 202 & STAT 243/244 or POLS 251
ECON 370 History of Economic Thought [SSC] 5
ECON 401 Econometrics Capstone I [UWR] 2
ECON 402 Econometrics Capstone II [UWR] 2

 

UPPER DIVISION ELECTIVE COURSES: 23 credits

At least 15 credits must be in ECON coursework. Coursework outside ECON must be approved by ECON faculty:

Course # Title [and course information] Credit(s) Prerequisite(s)
ECON 310 Selected Topics 1-6
ECON 318 Money/Financial Markets/Institutions [UWR] 5 ECON 202 & STAT 243/244 or equivalent
ECON 340 Managerial Economics 5 ECON 201, MATH 241 & STAT 327
ECON 345 Economics of Development 5
ECON 376 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics 5 ECON 201
ECON 405 Selected Topics 1-5
ECON 410 Selected Topics 2-6
ECON 435 Public Finance 5
ECON 440 International Economics: Issues & Analysis 5 ECON 201 & 202
ECON 481 American Labor & Unions 5
Other courses must be approved by ECON faculty

Total credits required for major: 61

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Last update February 2014