Whatever your major may be, you can benefit from studying markets, cultures, and governments from the perspective of economics grounded in the liberal arts.
Learning more about the theory and application of economic principles may help you gain entry to positions in business, non-government organizations, public policy, and social advocacy. For example, students who graduate with economics backgrounds find themselves working on Wall Street, in Washington D.C., and throughout all the state capitals.
The Cedar Crest College economics minor provides an introduction to consumer and producer theory, plus closer examination of advanced topics such as labor, financial markets, and economic geography.
All courses within the minor must be passed with a grade of C or better. Students must take at least half of the 18 credits of coursework in the business department at Cedar Crest College.
- BUA 110 Principles of Management 3 credits
- ECO 101 Principles of Economics: Macro 3 credits
- ECO 102 Principles of Economics: Micro 3 credits
Plus, choose three from the following courses:
- ECO 201 Government, Business, and Society 3 credits
- ECO 222 Economic Geography 3 credits
- ECO 302 Labor Economics 3 credits
- ECO 304 Money and Banking 3 credits
- ECO 315 International Economics 3 credits
- PSC 211 Globalization and International Law 3 credits