The economics minor II introduces non-College of Business majors to analytical skills used to understand how consumers, companies, and governments make economic decisions. It is particularly complimentary to fields such as political science, psychology, environmental studies, mathematics, actuarial science, etc. Students learn principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics, and can choose electives in a variety of fields including monetary economics, behavioral economics, environmental and energy economics, labor economics, public finance, sports economics, international economics, etc.
Admission to a non-College of Business major.
Students must earn a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 in courses allowed in fulfilling the economics minor II requirements.
Students can apply to the minor via their MyCWU account or by emailing CBAdvising@cwu.edu.
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