Minor in Economics

Economics is highly complementary with a number of other disciplines and some students may choose to minor in economics while pursuing a major in another field. Students often decide to minor in economics after having already taken several economics courses and realizing that a few more courses will satisfy the minor requirements.

  • Minors must earn a minimum grade of C in each core course (CR/NC grading is permitted for core courses).

Economics Minor — 22 units

Required Courses (13 units)

ECON 101Introduction to Microeconomic Analysis3
ECON 102Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis (formerly ECON 100)3
MATH 226Calculus I4
ECON 301Intermediate Microeconomic Theory3
or ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

Electives (9 units)

Three courses selected from upper division elective economics courses. ECON 301 or ECON 302 may be used as an elective if not used as a required course. ECON 312 and ECON courses 400 and above are considered to be upper division electives.