Students can minor in economics by taking 18 semester hours of economics courses. Twelve specific semester hours are required and the remaining six are electives. A total of twelve semester hours must be at the 300 level or above. Students in the College of Business Administration may obtain a minor in economics. ECN 142 and ECN 143 may be counted in both the General Education Requirement (GER) and in the economics minor. Furthermore, the Upper Division General Education Requirement economics course may be counted in the economics minor. However, any course that is utilized in the 21 semester hours for a business major may not be used in the Economics minor.

The 18 semester hour minor includes the following courses:

ECN 142PRINC OF MACROECONOMICS3
ECN 143PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS3
ECN 340MACRO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS3
ECN 345MICRO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS3
Select 6 semester hours from the following:6
MONEY AND BANKING
SPORTS ECONOMICS
ECONOMICS INFORMATION TECH
GAMES AND NETWORKS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
SEMINAR IN ECONOMICS
LABOR ECONOMICS
INTRO ECONOMETRICS
AGENT-BASED COMPUTA ECON
Total Semester Hours18