The minor in economics requires six (6) units in economics including Economics 100, 251 and 252. Additionally, a minor requires STAT 113. Accounting 203 & 204 do not count towards the minor in economics. No more than one independent project or off-campus economics course may count toward the minimum number of economics courses required for the major.
Economics minors must maintain a university grade point average of at least 2.0 and an economics grade point average of at least 2.0. Students will not be admitted to the minor unless they have at least a 2.0 university cumulative average and at least a 2.0 cumulative average in economics.
Students majoring in BUSLA may not minor in Economics.
How to declare this minor:
- QUALIFY. You must have a 2.0 cum in economics.
- INTERVIEW. You need to schedule an appointment with the chair of the department of economics, or any other economics faculty member, to discuss your academic plans.
- TRANSCRIPT. When meeting with an economics faculty member bring a copy of your academic transcript (download from APR.2).
- CONTRACTS. Also bring to the meeting two copies of the contract. Please visit the Economic Department Sakai website for the contract located in the resource folder. https://sakai.stlawu.edu/portal/site/economics