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The major in economics is designed for students interested in preparing for advanced degrees in Economics, Business, Law and for those students concerned with the economic behaviour of consumers, businesses, and governments. Economics majors have a wide variety of career opportunities in business, law, journalism, education, politics, finance and banking, and labor leadership. Many economics majors go on to pursue graduate study in a related professional area, such as law, business, or public administration.
| Required Courses: 19 units
|ECON B1||Principles of Economics-Micro 3.0|
|ECON B2||Principles of Economics-Macro 3.0|
|MATH B2||Basic Functions and Calculus for Business 5.0|
|MATH B22||Elementary Probability and Statistics 5.0|
|COMS B2||Introduction to Computer Information Systems 3.0|
|ENGL B1a||Expository Composition 4.0|
|PHIL B7||Introduction to Logic 3.0|
|HIST B17b||History of the U.S. Since 1877 3.0|
|POLS B1||American Government: National, State and local 3.0|
|PSYC B1a||General Psychology 3.0|
|BSAD B1||Financial Accounting 4.0|
|BSAD B2||Managerial Accounting 4.0|
|COMM B1||Public Speaking3.0|
|MATH B23||Finite Mathematics 3.0|