Business Economics Minors

Broad in scope, economics explains how people, businesses, governments, and organizations allocate limited resources. Understanding economics can also help you develop solutions for many social problems, such as unemployment, inflation, poverty, racial inequality, and poor access to healthcare.

A Business Economics minor complements many business majors, especially Finance, Information Systems, and Global Business. Throughout your courses, you'll refine the critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, and communication skills that employers want.

Courses & Requirements

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