Minor in International Economics (code 0-8511)
This program was recommended by the Academic Senate on February 29, 1996
and approved by the President on April 1, 1996.
The minor in International Economics provides students with an introduction to the techniques of economic analysis and the application of those techniques to issues in the world economy. Students will learn about the economic history and institutions of other countries, issues associated with the economic growth of less developed countries, and international trade and finance.
The minor is suitable for students from all majors planning careers in a wide variety of fields including business, government, journalism and education. A minimum of 24 units is required and must include:
Lower Division: MATH 115, ECON 201 and 202. Students declaring the minor in upper division status may substitute ECON 300 for ECON 201 and 202 with departmental consent.
Upper Division: ECON 310 or 333 and ECON 311 or 320, and any three of the following courses: ECON 361I, 363, 365, 368, 369, 370, 465, 471, or 472.
EFFECTIVE: Fall 1996
IPEDS (Major) ERSS: 49012
IPEDS (Degree) ERSD: 49012