Jan 25, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Suggested Four-Year Program of Study: ECON-BA


ETSU E Crest

Economics Major, B.A.

ETSU E Crest
FRESHMAN YEAR (32 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
ENGL 1010 - Critical Reading and Expository Writing   3 ENGL 1020 - Critical Thinking and Argumentation       3
Natural Science Course 4 Natural Science Course 4
ECON 2210 - Principles of Macroeconomics   3 ENGL 2220 - British Literature since 1785   3
MATH 1530 - Probability and Statistics - Noncalculus   3 Fine Arts Course 3
Humanities Course 3 Oral Communication Course 3
Fall Total 16 Spring Total 16

 

SOPHOMORE YEAR (30 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
Foreign Language 2010 or Elective Course 3 Foreign Language 2020  3
HIST 2010 - The United States to 1877   3 HIST 2020 - The United States since 1877   3
ECON 2070 - Quantitative Methods for Business I   3 ECON 2080 - Quantitative Methods for Business II                         3
Literature Course 3 Minor Course 3
Minor Course 3 Minor Course 3
CSCI 1100 - Using Information Technology  or Proficiency exam * 0-3    
Fall Total 15-18 Spring Total 15

 

JUNIOR YEAR (30 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
ECON 3030 - Intermediate Microeconomics       3 ECON 3040 - Intermediate Macroeconomics   3
ECON 3310 - Monetary Economics   3 ECON 3700 - History of Economic Concepts   3
Non-US History Course 3 Advisor Approved Elective Course 3
Minor Course 3 Minor Course 3
Free Elective Course 3 Free Elective Course 3
Fall Total 15 Spring Total 15

 

SENIOR YEAR (28 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
Minor or Free Elective Courses 12 Minor or Free Elective Courses 13
Advisor Approved Elective Course  3    
Fall Total 15 Spring Total 13

TOTAL = 120 credits

Note:


Proficiency exam may be taken for 0 credit in lieu of CSCI 1100 . Must be completed to meet Graduation requirements. Those students who complete the proficiency exam and are short credits towards their total degree requirements may be required to take additional electives.