Major Requirements (51 Credits)

Lower-level Requirements (24 Credits)
ECN 100Principles of Macroeconomics
ECN 101Principles of Microeconomics
ECN 204History of Economic Thought
ECN 225Issues and Controversies in Macroeconomics (Intermediate Macroeconomics)
ECN 256Managerial Economics (Intermediate Microeconomics)
POL 101Introduction to International Relations
MAT 200Calculus
MAT 201Introduction to Statistics
Upper-level Requirements (27 Credits)
ECN 341International Trade
ECN 355WPolitical Economy: Theories and Issues

Two of the following

ECN 303Development Economics
ECN 305Economics of the European Union
ECN 320Game Theory, Information, and Contracts

Three of the following

ENV 210Natural Disasters, Catastrophes, and the Environment
HIS 310The Cold War
HIS 330East Asia and the Pacific,1904-2012: Empires, Revolutions, and Modernity
HIS 355The World and the West in the Long 19th Century
POL 302Political Philosophy
POL 321International Organization
POL 376International Environmental Politics
POL 377International Political Economy
POL 378International Politics of Energy

Two additional courses

ECN 325Money, Banking and Financial Markets
ECN 328International Banking and Finance
ECN 330TNeo-liberal India: Globalization and Development
ECN 350Industrial Economics
ECN 387Introduction to Econometrics
ECN 490Senior Research Project in International Economics
ECN 492Internship in International Economics

*All Bachelor of Arts degrees require a total of 120 credits consisting of Core Requirements, Major Requirements, and General Elective courses. Prerequisites may be required for courses outside of the major.