In addition to the General Education requirements, the B.A. Economics requires 45 credits. The 45-credit program is comprised of 36 credits of courses required for all B.A. Economics majors and one of three 9-credit concentrations. Two of these concentrations entail taking a series of more specialized economics courses leading towards a focus in Economic Sustainability or to one in Behavioral Economics. Alternatively, a student can choose to retain a more general and broader overview of Economics through the General Economics concentration.

Required Courses - 36 credits

Concentration in Behavioral Economics

One of the following two courses

Concentration in General Economics

Any three upper-division economics courses (9 credits)