In this program, you will you will focus your economics study on the behavior and interactions of individuals in deciding how to allocate scarce resources. You will learn about value, decision-making, and the effects different events can have on the market. Offered by the Department of Economics, this 18-credit program has a 9-credit core that will help you develop a solid foundation in microeconomics, mathematical economics, and econometrics. You can customize your course of study with electives chosen from a diverse array of economics courses. Prerequisites in economics, statistics, and calculus apply.