It's the study for you if you want to know how to have economic growth, a healthy environment and a fair distribution of income and privilege.

Below is a suggested program of study relevant only for students entering Fall 2011-2012. Please contact Program Advisor Professor Asbjorn Moseidjord if you are interested in this new degree concentration.

Freshman Year

 

 

Fall Term

Jan Term

Spring Term

  • Economics 3
  • Theology & Religious Studies 97 or Core Curriculum
  • English 4
  • Language or Core Curriculum
  • Core Curriculum or Elective
  • Economics 4
  • Collegiate Seminar 1
  • English 5 
  • Language or Core Curriculum

Sophomore Year

 

 

Fall Term

Jan Term

Spring Term

  • Math 3 or 27
  • Collegiate Seminar 2
  • Environmental & Earth Sciences 92 + LAB
  • Language or Core Curriculum
  • Core Curriculum or Elective
  • BusAd 40 or Math 4 (Statistics)
  • Biology 50 + LAB
  • Core Curriculum or Upper Division Economics
  • Core Curriculum

Junior Year

 

 

Fall Term

Jan Term

Spring Term

  • Economics 105*
  • Economics 150 or Core Curriculum
  • Economics 192 or Upper Division Science
  • Other Perspectives or Seminar 103
  • Upper Division Core Curriculum or Elective
  • Economics 106
  • Economics 135 or Seminar 103 
  • Economics 120* or Upper Division Science 
  • Upper Division Core Curriculum 

Senior Year

 

 

Fall Term

Jan Term

Spring Term

  • Economics 192 or Core Curriculum 
  • Other Perspectives or Seminar 104
  • Upper Division Science or Upper Division Core Curriculum 
  • Economics 192 or Core Curriculum 
  • Upper Division Core Curriculum or Elective

 *offered in alternate years

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