The Bachelor of Science in Economics is intended to provide a more rigorous option for students interested in graduate school, given the quantitative nature of graduate study and the profession in general.
Twelve additional credits in social sciences outside economics or in mathematics. The social science courses may include one introductory course; additional courses must be numbered 300 or above. One of the elective mathematics courses must be MTH 122; students electing mathematics courses under this requirement should satisfy requirement C with MTH 121. The other mathematics courses should be selected with the approval of the advisor and must be beyond the level of MTH 122; MTH 272 cannot be used to satisfy this requirement.