Economics Minor

Nancy R. Rodriquez, professor of Nutritional Sciences mentoring a student.

Are you interested in economics but majoring in another field? Try a minor in economics!

To declare economics as a minor, please go to ppc.uconn.edu. If you have any questions regarding the program please contact one of the economics Academic Advisors.

Requirements:

  • C (2.0) or better in each of the required courses
  • Pre-requisite Courses:
    • ECON 1201 & 1202 (or ECON 1200), Principles of Micro & Macroeconomics
    • MATH 1071Q or 1131Q, Calculus
    • STAT 1000Q or 1100Q is required for some upper-level ECON courses
  • ECON 2201, Intermediate Microeconomics Theory
  • ECON 2202, Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory
  • At least one course in the ECON 2300 series or ECON 3000 level or above
  • Two additional, three credit, economics 2000 level or above courses
    • note: ECON 2481 and 3481 do not count toward the minor requirements
  • Maximum of 3 credits toward the minor may be transfer credits of a course equivalent to University courses
  • Total of 15 upper-level credits

 ECON Minor Plan of Study Form