Economics Program (minor)
What is economics?
As the social science that explains competitive behavior in the marketplace,
economics underlies all business activity. Economics also looks at alternative
strategies for allocating scarce resources.
Why study economics at Saint Martin's?
The Economic Program at Saint Martin’s provides student with a broader
understanding of the social role of business in a market economy. Non-business
and non-accounting students are encouraged to further their understanding of the
field of economics.
What can I do with this minor?
Study in economics prepares graduates for a variety of professional environments including:
- Government and non-government organizations
- Public Utilities
For a complete list of professional applications,
visit whatcanidowiththismajor.com. For additional information about how
Saint Martin’s can help you find the career for you, visit our
What is required?
- 15 semester hours of foundation courses such as:
- MTH 161 Mathematic Methods for Business
- MTH 201 Introduction to Statistics
- 12 semester hours of required courses such as:
- ECN 420 International Business and Global Economics
- ECN 410 Public Finance
Visit the undergraduate academic catalog for a
complete breakdown of business administration requirements.
All Saint Martin's students must complete the University's
general education requirements.
Related fields of study
Accounting (M.) |
Business Administration (M., m.)
Note: Students majoring in accounting or business administration cannot minor in economics.