To fulfill a minor in Economics at the University of Arizona students must take at least 18 units of economics coursework, of which at least 9 units must be upper-division.
The curriculum includes:
- Introductory Economics (ECON 200 or ECON 201A & 201B)
- ECON 330 (can only be taken in Summer/Winter)
- ECON 331 (typically offered in Fall)
- ECON 332 (requires MATH 113/116/122A & B/125)
- ECON 300 (can only be taken in Summer/Winter)
- ECON 301 (typically offered in Spring)
- ECON 361 (requires MATH 113/116/122A & B/125)
- Economics Upper-Division Elective (300 or 400 level course)
- Economics Elective (200, 300, or 400 level course)
- Economics Elective (200, 300, or 400 level course--not required if a student completed ECON 201A & 201B)
To meet the 18 total unit requirement, additional economics electives should be selected based on your interests and goals.
Please note that enrollment into ECON 300 and 330 during the Fall and Spring Semesters is restricted to students who have been admitted to the Eller College. Students who minor in economics are only eligible to take ECON 300 and 330 during the Summer and Winter Sessions.
Students interested in taking ECON 332 or 361 should note that MATH 113 or 116 or 122A/B or 125 is a prerequisite for both courses.
If you are interested in becoming an Economics Minor, please sign up for a mandatory information session, https://falcon.sbs.arizona.edu/host/internship/prod/economics-information-sessions. )
Sarah Simpson is the academic advisor for Economics.