- Program Prerequisite: Not required.
- Minor: See specific programs.
- Grade Requirements: Candidates for the bachelor of science degree must complete all prerequisite and required economics courses with a grade of “C-” or higher. In addition,
the cumulative Foundations GPA (ECON 2010 , ECON 2020 , QUAN 2600 ), major GPA, and the overall university GPA must be 2.5 or higher.
- Credit Hour Requirements: A total of 120 credit hours are required for graduation. A total of 40 upper division credit hours are required (courses numbered 3000 and above).
- Program Code: Economics (4018BS), Quantitative Economics (4020BS), Economics Legal Studies (4021BS), International Economics (4023BS)
- CIPC: Economics (450601), Quantitative Economics (450603), Economics Legal Studies (450601), International Economics (450605)
Acceptance to the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics is required for all business majors, minors, emphases and certificates. To be admitted, General Economics majors must register for ECON 2899 (for non-business Economics majors only). Students may obtain information regarding admissions from the Goddard School Advising Center, WB 211, (801) 626-6534 and/or the Department of Economics, WB 226, (801) 626-6066.
Advisement is strongly encouraged for all Goddard School majors and minors. See more information on available advising resources in the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics section of this catalog.
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Refer to Degree and General Education Requirements for the University Bachelor of Science requirements. The following courses required for the General Economics major will also satisfy general education requirements: ENGL 2010 (Composition); MATH 1050 (Quantitative Literacy); ECON 2010 or ECON 2020 (Social Science); ECON 1740 is recommended to fulfill the Senate Bill Requirement in American Institutions.
MATH 1050 is a prerequisite for ECON 2010 , QUAN 2400 , and QUAN 2600 . Students seeking a major in Economics should plan to take the necessary mathematics courses as early as possible in their program of study.