18 hours (12 advanced) to include:
- ECON 2302 - Microeconomic Principles Credit Hours: 3.0
- ECON 2301 - Macroeconomic Principles Credit Hours: 3.0
- ECON 3332 - Intermediate Microeconomics Credit Hours: 3.0
- ECON 3334 - Intermediate Macroeconomics Credit Hours: 3.0
- ECON electives (advanced) Cr. 6.
Students must take nine semester hours, at least six of them advanced (3000-level or above), in residence. The proposed minor program must be approved by the undergraduate advisor in Economics.