Economists use micro-and macro-economic models to understand how economic resources such as labor and capital are allocated efficiently among competing alternatives. In this minor program, you will learn analytical and problem-solving skills which will make you versatile and highly employable in both the public and private sector.

An economics minor will also prepare you for professional study in fields such as business management, law and public affairs. For minor requirements, course descriptions, and other info check out the Economics Minor catalog page.