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Business/Actuarial Science
         A minimum of 14 course credits to include the following: ECB 101; ECB 102; ECB 151;
         ECB 210; ECB 243; ECB 301 or ECB 302; ECB 340; ECB 352; CSC 151; MAT 122; MAT
         221; MAT 301; STA 347; STA 348.

Economics & Business Major: A minimum of 12 course credits, including the following core
courses: ECB 101, 102, 151, 301, 302, and STA 201 (Statistical Methods I) or STA 348
(Mathematical Statistics II); at least one of the following quantitative literacy courses, to be
taken by Block Four of the junior year: ECB 212, 223, 225, 243, 257, or 258; at least two of the
following capstone seminar courses: ECB 320, 321, 323, 352, 354, 356 and 358; at least one
300-level ECB elective (ECB 380, 389, 390, 397, and 399 may not be applied to the 300-level
ECB elective requirement). Students may not double major in Business and in Economics &
Business.

Teaching Certification: Students who are interested in pursuing K-12 certification to teach
social studies should seek admission to the Teacher Education Program. See the Education
department section for application and certification information (pages 109-111).

Concentrations: A combination of courses from several disciplines may be used as a basis for
advanced training in law, government service, and a number of other professional programs.
The Department will assist students in selecting interdisciplinary programs for special purposes,
e.g., with the other social sciences and natural sciences for environmental studies, and with
history and politics for international studies.

Quantitative Skills: For basic skills, majors should take CSC 131 (Computing Practice and
Perspectives) and MAT 121 (Calculus of a Single Variable). For strong graduate school
preparation in either economics or business, students should take CSC 140 (Foundations of
Computer Science), MAT 121 (Calculus of a Single Variable), 122 (Calculus of Several Variables),
221 (Linear Algebra), and possibly STA 347 and 348 (Mathematical Statistics I & II).

Business Minor: A minimum of 8 course credits, including the following core courses: ECB
101, 102, 151, and either STA 201 (Statistical Methods I) or STA 348 (Mathematical Statistics II);
either ECB 301 or 302; at least one of the following quantitative literacy courses, to be taken by
Block Four of the junior year: ECB 225 or 243; at least one of the following capstone seminar
courses: ECB 352 or 356; and at least one elective from the following list of courses: ECB 206,
208, 210, 225, 243, 251, 311, 354, or ECB topics courses (265-275 and 365-369) as designated by
the department.

Note: Students may not minor in Business and major in Economics and Business.

101. Macroeconomics
Basic macroeconomic theory. Analytical evaluation of the determinants of national output,
inflation, and unemployment. Examination of fiscal and monetary policies and issues in
international trade and payments. Introduction of tools necessary to analyze economic models.
(Social Science)

102. Microeconomics
Basic microeconomic analysis of consumer choice, the business firm, and resource markets in
labor, capital, and land. Analysis and critique of government policy in problem areas such as

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