Program Information

The Department of Economics proudly offers programs that advance students through the theory and applications of Economics. Three Minors in Economics exist: Minor in Economics for Business Majors, Minor in Economics for Non-Business Majors, and Minor in International Economics for Non-Business Majors.

Course Information

Minor in Economics for Business Majors

To earn a minor in Economics, the business major is required to take the following:

The Economics minor is designed for non-Economics Business majors requiring the Business core courses. Because part of its requirements include successful completion of the business core classes, the minor is usually not practical for Health Administration majors.

The Economics minor requires three upper-division economics courses (3000 level or above, excluding ECO 3003) with a grade of "C" or better.

A maximum of 3 credits used for the Economics minor may count toward other Business major requirements. A minimum of two courses (6 credits) must be exclusive to the minor. A minimum of 6 credits must be taken in residence at FAU. The acknowledgment of the minor is official upon successful completion of a College of Business degree program.

Minor in Economics for Non-Business Majors

To earn a minor in Economics, the non-Business major is required to take the following:

Core Courses

Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 3101

3

Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 3203

3

Electives

Three economics courses (3000 level or above)

9

Minor in International Economics for Non-Business Majors

Core Courses

Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 3101

3

Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 3203

3

International Economics Courses

Economics of International Trade

ECO 4704

3

International Monetary Economics

ECO 4713

3

International Economic Development

ECS 3013

3

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