The contemporary economy is characterized by rapid change and increasing interdependence. The economics concentration provides a rigorous analytical framework for studying how current and anticipated changes influence consumers, the private sector, and government. The use of economic models to understand both historic and contemporary issues is stressed throughout the curriculum. Students select four of the following courses.
Economics Concentration Category: International Economics
- ECON1-UC0364 American Economic History 4
- ECON1-UC0373 Comparative Economics 4
- ECON1-UC0372 International Economics 4
- ECON1-UC0344 International Financial Markets & Trade 4
- LRMS1-UC0583 International Trade & Investment 4
- ECON1-UC0356 Transition Economics 4
- ECON1-UC0375 Industrialization and Development in China 4
Economics Concentration Category: Business and Economics
Economics Concentration Category: Issues in Sustainability
Economics Concentration Category: Institutions and Policy
SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSES OF INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEREST
Valuing interdisciplinary studies, we encourage students to consider courses outside of their specific degree area. To help you explore our course catalog, here are a few courses that we think might interest you, by program.