56-57 units, including core. Gain an appreciation for the relationship between economics and governance/political systems. Develop skills appropriate for careers in law, business, government and public affairs, advocacy and interest groups, and other nonprofits.
CIS = 52-53 units, including core; MATH = 63-66 units, including core. For students who want access to more technically demanding careers requiring extensive knowledge of computers or mathematics.
58-59 units, including core. Provides a strong economics background for industry representatives, advocates, consultants, and government planners working on environmental and natural resource issues.
This pathway is designed for the student with career goals that demand specialized business training. Students choose courses in finance, accounting, management, marketing, or business law. This pathway will appeal to someone planning to enter business or an MBA program. This pathway can fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Business Administration.
With approval from one's academic advisor and the Department Chair, a student with a good academic record and a clear concept of their personal goals can develop an individually designed pathway. Individual design pathways will include an embedded minor (or equivalent) plus other relevant coursework totaling at least 15 units that reflects a rigorous depth of study from a related academic discipline. Students may also build a pathway around increased depth of study within economics. Students must write a memo that outlines the purpose of the individual design pathway, including intended learning and career outcomes.Skip to Navigation