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Economics, Business Economics (BSE)

This program was approved for students entering the university in the Summer 2009 - Spring 2010 catalog year. For more information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.

Bachelor of Science in Business Economics

Major: BUEC

Degree: BSE

Unit: College of Business (BU)

Department: Economics

+ See general education requirements in the General Information section of this Catalog.

University wide General Education

Type Hours
English 101 and 102 6
Comm 111, 112, 115, PolS 111, or WGST 203 3
Math (See Programmatic Req.) *(3)
+ Natural Sciences 7
+ Arts & Humanities 6
+ Social & Behaviorial Sciences *(9)6
Total 28(34)

 

* Note: Programmatic Requirements include six hours of the Gen. Ed. (3 hours Math and 3 hours Social & Behaviorial Sciences)

Programmatic Requirements of the COB

Type Hours
Camp 100 Campus Culture 1
Mathematics 107 and 2052 *(completes Math Gen Ed) 7
Logic, Phil 311 or 312 3
Ethics, Phil 222, 225, 321 or 323 3
English 306 Business Writing 3
BUS 201 Career Development 
Accounting 201-202 6
Economics 201-202 *(Completes 3 hours of Soc. & Beh. Sci.) 6
Management 201 (Statistics) 3
CIS 100 Microcomputer Applications 3
Total 36

Computer Systems

Type Hours
CIS 300 Computer Information Systems 3
Total 3

Economics Breadth

Type Hours
ECON 301 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3
ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3
ECON 475 Economics Seminar 3
Electives in Economics1 15
Electives in Business or Economics1 15
Arts and Sciences Electives2 18
Total 57
Minimum Total 1243

** All prerequisites must be followed (see undergraduate catalog).

1 Economics and business electives must be approved by the Chair of the Department of Economics.

2 Math 205 must be taken as a required math course for all Economic majors. Its prerequisite(s), may be used as Arts and Sciences elective(s).

3 Six hours of cultural diversity courses are required and may be incorporated within the degree program.

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