Economics

The economics minor, which is open to all students, gives you a background in economic application and theory to complement your studies in another major. You can take courses tailored to your career goals in education, law, government, business or other interests. The minor is often paired with accounting, actuarial science, finance, marketing, English and political science.

Minor Requirements

Required Courses - 9 hrs.

  • ECO 100: Introduction to Economics - 3 hrs.
    or ECO 221: Principles of Microeconomics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 222: Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 332: Intermediate Microeconomics - 3 hrs.
    or ECO 333: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory - 3 hrs.

Elective Courses (choose two) - 6 hrs.

  • ECO 301: Money and Banking - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 305: Public Expenditure and Finance - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 309: History of Economic Thought - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 310: Labor Problems - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 313: American Economic History - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 319: Introduction to Econometrics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 325: Urban Economics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 332: Intermediate Microeconomics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 333: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 335: Managerial Economics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 345: Comparative Economic Systems - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 351: Economic Development - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 352: Industrial Organization - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 355: Supply Chain Economics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 360: The Economics of Healthcare - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 362: Economics and Law - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 370: Game Theory - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 391: International Trade - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 399: Special Topics in Economics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 418: Mathematical Economics - 3 hrs.
  • ECO 434: Readings in Economics - 1-6 hrs.

Other Requirements

  • 9 of the 15 hours must be taken at Bradley
  • Please contact any economics faculty member to declare an economics minor.

Total Hours: 15