Economics Electives

The university catalog lists many courses that could be used as electives. However, the catalog is not a particularly dynamic document, and many of the courses listed have not been offered in a long time. To get a more up to date picture of electives that might be offered in the near future, this page lists electives that have been offered in recent years.

Courses marked with an asterisk are required courses for the major, but electives for the minor.

Fall 2007

  • ECO 3410 Measurement and Analysis*
  • ECO 4400 Economics of Strategy and Information
  • ECO 4421 Econometrics*
  • ECO 4622 Economic History of the US
  • ECO 4703 International Trade Theory and Policy
  • ECO 4932 Topics in Theory*
  • ECP 3254 Women, Men, Work
  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development
  • ECS 3021 Women and Economic Development
  • ECS 4014 Development Economics II

Summer 2007

  • ECO 4701 World Economy
  • ECO 4703 International Trade Theory
  • ECP 3254 Women, Men, Work
  • ECP 3302 Introduction to Environmental Economics
  • ECS 3021 Women and Economic Development
  • ECS 3403 Economics of Latin America

Spring 2007

  • ECO 3410 Measurement and Analysis*
  • ECO 4401 Introduction to Mathematical Economics
  • ECO 4421 Econometrics*
  • ECO 4421 Introduction to Econometrics*
  • ECO 4701 World Economy
  • ECO 4213 International Macroeconomics
  • ECO 4933 Topics in Theory*
  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development
  • ECS 3021 Women and Economic Development
  • ECS 4011 Development Economics I

Fall 2006

  • ECO 3223 Money and Banking
  • ECO 3410 Measurement and Analysis*
  • ECO 4421 Econometrics*
  • ECO 4622 Economic History of the U.S. (dropped due to insufficient enrollment).
  • ECO 4703 International Trade Theory and Policy
  • ECO 4932 Topics in Theory*
  • ECP 4403 Industrial Organization
  • ECS 3003 Comparative Economic Systems
  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development
  • ECS 3021 Women and Economic Development
  • ECS 3200 Economics of Asia

Summer 2006

  • ECO 4201 World Economy
  • ECO 4213 International Macroeconomics
  • ECP 3302 Introduction to Environmental Economics
  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development
  • ECS 3021 Women and Economic Development (online)
  • ECS 3403 Economics of Latin America

Spring 2006

  • ECO 3223 Money and Banking
  • ECO 3410 Measurement and Analysis*
  • ECO 4237 Money, Interest and Capital
  • ECO 4421 Econometrics*
  • ECO 4504 Introduction to Public Finance
  • ECO 4213 International Macroeconomics
  • ECO 4933 Topics in Theory*
  • ECS 3003 Comparative Economic Systems
  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development

Summer 2005

  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development
  • ECO 3304 Economic Forces and the Development of Western Ideas
  • ECP 3302 Introduction to Environmental Economics
  • ECS 3003 Comparative Economic Systems
  • ECS 3402 Political Economy of South America
  • ECS 3431 Economics of Caribbean Basin

Fall 2005

  • ECO 3223 Money and Banking
  • ECO 3410 Measurement and Analysis*
  • ECO 4421 Econometrics*
  • ECO 4703 International Trade Theory and Policy
  • ECO 4933 Topics in Theory*
  • ECP 4403 Industrial Organization
  • ECS 3003 Comparative Economic Systems
  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development
  • ECS 3021 Women and Economic Development

Spring 2005

  • ECO 3223 Money and Banking
  • ECO 3410 Measurement and Analysis*
  • ECO 4421 Econometrics*
  • ECO 4201 World Economy
  • ECO 4213 International Macroeconomics
  • ECO 4933 Topics in Theory*
  • ECP 3302 Introduction to Environmental Economics
  • ECP 4403 Industrial Organization
  • ECS 3003 Comparative Economic Systems
  • ECS 3013 Introduction to Economic Development