soe-economics-bse

This minor may be completed only by students admitted to the Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence options of Elementary Education. The Department of Economics is housed in the College of Letters & Science. Students may wish to consult with an economics undergraduate advisor to discuss course selection and other issues related to this field of study. Academic advising is available in Room 7238 of the Social Science Building. Email: econadvise@ssc.wisc.edu.

This minor may be completed only by students admitted to the Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence options of Elementary Education. Students admitted to the Content Focus option are asked to identify the minor of their choice when admitted to the program. Students admitted to the other Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence options should fill out a minor declaration form available in Education Academic Services, Room 139 Education Building.

The economics minor requires a minimum of 24 credits. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 is required, based on all economics minor coursework taken on the UW–Madison campus.

Students completing the economics minor must complete at least one semester of calculus. Mathematics coursework may be applied toward the liberal studies requirement.

Introduction to Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
Complete one of the following:4-7
Principles of Microeconomics
and Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Economics-Accelerated Treatment
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory3-4
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory - Advanced Treatment
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory3-4
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory - Advanced Treatment
Statistics
Select one of the following, or an approved substitute:3-4
Statistics: Measurement in Economics (preferred)
Introductory Statistics for Engineers
Introduction to Statistical Methods
Introduction to Probability and Mathematical Statistics I
Introduction to Theory and Methods of Mathematical Statistics I
Business Statistics
Economics Elective
Select one of the following (330 or 464 are preferred): 3-4
Money and Banking
International Trade and Finance
Introductory Econometrics
Analytical Public Finance
Human Resources and Economic Growth
Wages and the Labor Market
International Industrial Organizations
Industrial Organization and Imperfect Competition
Economics of Growth
Wealth and Income
Game Theory and Economic Analysis
Law and Economics
The Economics of Health Care
Tutorial in Research Project Design
Advanced International Trade
Issues in International Finance
If needed, additional ECON coursework to reach the minimim of 24 credits.