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Overview

In this program, you will you will focus your economics study on the behavior and interactions of individuals in deciding how to allocate scarce resources. You will learn about value, decision-making, and the effects different events can have on the market. Offered by the Department of Economics, this 18-credit program has a 9-credit core that will help you develop a solid foundation in microeconomics, mathematical economics, and econometrics. You can customize your course of study with electives chosen from a diverse array of economics courses. Prerequisites in economics, statistics, and calculus apply.