Professors Carilli, Dempster, Gibson, Thornton, Townsend; Associate Professor Isaacs; Assistant Professor Garrett; Visiting Assistant Professor Levkoff
Chair: Kenneth N. Townsend
Students may choose from one of three majors: Economics, Economics and Business, and Mathematical Economics.
The requirements for all students majoring in Economics or Economics and Business are 30 hours in the Economics and Business Department, to include
Beyond these specific courses, the Economics major requires the student to take Economics 401 and 402.
The Economics and Business major additionally requires Business 222, 231, 233, 241, 421, and 422.
The Mathematical Economics major additionally requires 21 hours in Economics to include Economics 101, 103, 301, 303, 306, and 308; and Mathematics 121, 141, 142, 231, and 242; and Computer Science 261.
No more than six hours of courses at the 100-level in the Economics and Business Department may be applied toward any degree in the department.
Interdisciplinary majors within the social sciences may be developed and pursued with the approval of the departments concerned.