Enhance your degree with a minor in economics
A minor in economics is available to all undergraduate students, and consists of 15 credit hours of economics coursework. A minimum of nine hours in upper-level courses (i.e., economics courses numbered 300 or above) is required. Students who have earned credit in EC 101 Basic Economics should not subsequently enroll in BC 103 or BC 104. Learn the requirements by viewing the complete requirements
What can you do with this degree?
Economics is an excellent background for a variety of careers in business, financial institutions, public utilities, and government.
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At Emporia State University, we’re here to help you achieve your educational and career goals. All new ESU students are automatically members of the Stinger Success Program.