Spring 2023 - Tentative - Subject to change
- Econ 3101: Political Economy
- Econ 3109: Political Economy of Women
- Econ 3199: Economics in Elementary and Middle Schools
- Econ 3314: Public Economics
- Econ 3400: Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
- Econ 3500: Tools of Economic Analysis
- Econ 3801: Special Topics: The Global Economy
- Econ 4200: Intermediate Macroeconomics
- Econ 4400: Quantitative Methods in Economics
- Econ 4550: Advanced Tools of Economic Analysis
- Econ 5601: Service Learning in Political Economy (1 credit, Political Economy majors)
Note to students: Econ 3101, 3109, 3314, 3400, 3500, and 3801 are recommended for when you start the program, in your sophomore or junior year.
Econ 4200, 4400, and 4550 are more advanced courses and are recommended to be taken in your junior or senior year, only after you've taken 3000-level courses.