Why Saint Martin's University?
The economics program at Saint Martin’s provides students 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.
Details on courses, including details about university core requirements, can be found in the academic catalog.
Foundation courses (15-16 credit hours)
- MTH 161: Mathematical Methods for Business -OR- MTH 171: Calculus I
- MTH 201: Introduction to Statistics
- ECN 201: Principles of Microeconomics
- ECN 202: Principles of Macroeconomics
- BA 305: Business Communications
Concentration courses (12 credit hours)
- ECN 325: The Evolution of Economic Thought
- ECN375: Cost-Benefit Analysis -OR- ECN371: Econometrics
- BA 410: Public Finance
- BA420: International Business and Global Economics