Minor in Economics
The Department of Economics offers an undergraduate major leading to a bachelor’s degree. Undergraduate courses in economics provide broad knowledge of the field as a part of the program of liberal education offered by the College of Arts and Sciences. They also lay a solid foundation in economics to students interested in professional graduate training in economics or in careers in business, law, government, or journalism.
For more detailed information, students are encouraged to visit the department website.
|EC 201||Introduction to Economic Analysis: Microeconomics||4|
|EC 202||Introduction to Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics||4|
|EC 311||Intermediate Microeconomic Theory||4|
|EC 313||Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory||4|
|Two additional upper-division 4-credit courses in economics||8|
Two of the four upper-division 4-credit courses must be taken from the UO economics department. Minor requirements cannot be satisfied with EC 401 Research: [Topic], EC 404 Internship, EC 405 Reading and Conference: [Topic], EC 407 Seminar: [Topic], or EC 408 Workshop: [Topic]. Courses applied to the economics minor must be completed with grades of C– or better.