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2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics Major with Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Major

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The economics program is part of the School of Management. The program offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. Students seeking initial certification at the early childhood and childhood levels may double major in Economics and Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education. Students in this double major are required to have a minimum overall GPA of 2.7 before moving into INCH coursework which typically begins fall semester of the junior year.

Completion of the economics major allows students to students to understand, evaluate, and analyze the economic issues and challenges of everyday life, as well as the economic systems in which we live.

Classes rooted in the liberal arts examine the causes and patterns of societal change within the framework of economics. The approach prepares students for graduate study in the fields of economics, business, law, and related disciplines, as well as for professional careers in a variety of fields in the public and private sectors.

The goals of the program are accomplished through:
•Interaction with instructional staff devoted to teaching excellence and student development.
•An innovative, dynamic, and relevant curriculum.
•The development of skills in the areas of critical thinking, qualitative and quantitative analysis, communication, and technology.
•Opportunities for interpersonal development through activities such as clubs and honor societies with peers and the community.

A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for the economics core.

Economics Core

All Economics majors are required to take the following courses:

Required Courses for Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Majors

Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education Major Requirements

Sample Program for the Economics Major with Inclusive Early Childhood/Childhood Education

Sophomore Year

  • Perspectives - Enduring Questions (PEQ)  Credits: 12
  • Integrative Studies (IS) course Credits 3
  • Experiential Learning (EL) pathway
  • Economics Elective Credits: 3

As well as:

Senior Year

  • Liberal Arts Electives (MTH 215 or PSY 221 recommended) Credits: 3
  • Economics Electives Credits: 6
  • Core Milestone Experience (CME)  Credits: 0

As well as:

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