A Bachelor of Arts in Economics prepares students for a wide range of employment opportunities in both the public and private sector, and for graduate studies in law and business. Interested students are encouraged to contact the department advisor or the department chair. Information is available on the department website at http://www.uccs.edu/~economics/.
Students should be able to identify and interpret literature relevant to an economic issue of interest
Students should be able to identify and explain economic theories relevant to an economic issue of interest
Students should be able to apply economic theory and evidence to an economic area of interest
A minimum of 36 credit hours of economics courses, of which at least 18 are upper division (3000-level or higher)
All courses completed with a grade of C or better
With the exception of ECON 4990, each of the required courses should be completed prior to senior year.