Economics Minor

15-hour Minor

An economics minor focuses on the study of how societies allocate resources to meet human needs and wants. You will have a strong analytical foundation and valuable skills understanding and addressing complex economic challenges facing societies. Analyzing social systems — including markets, corporations and families — using math, data and statistical models. Your research will help society understand the interplay between people, businesses, communities, governments, and law. Students declaring this minor should contact the College of Humanities, Education, and behavioral science.