Texas Tech University

Minor in Economics

The undergraduate program leading to an 18-credit-hour minor degree in Economics is offered to students interested in how consumers, producers, and governments interact in an economic system.

Requirements for the minor degree in Economics are:

·       ECO 2301 - Principles of Economics I

·       ECO 2302 - Principles of Economics II

·       ECO 3311 - Intermediate Macroeconomics

·       ECO 3312 - Intermediate Economic Theory

·       Two elective courses in advanced economics.

Check out the degree plan: Economics, Undergraduate Minor

 

Grade Requirements and Residence. Students with either a major or minor in the Department of Economics must have at least a C in all economics courses in all programs. Courses required for the minor in Economics degree may not be taken pass/fail. Courses taken pass/fail by a student before declaring a major or minor will be evaluated by the curriculum committee of the department and a decision rendered as to whether they will satisfy the degree requirements. Students choosing any of the undergraduate programs offered by the Department of Economics must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours of their economics courses in residence at Texas Tech University. Students minoring in economics must complete a minimum of 6 semester hours of their economics courses in residence at Texas Tech.

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Department of Economics