ECONOMICS


Division of Business & Economics
Doug Gambrall, Ph.D., Chair

Students must get PRIOR written permission to transfer in credit once they have matriculated at Loras. Students wishing to take a summer school class on another campus must get written permission from the Chair BEFORE taking the class. If a student has taken courses on other campuses and then transfers to Loras the Division chairperson may make a determination of those transfer credits.

Internships cannot be used to fulfill electives for any major or minor in this Division.

Students should complete their major’s math requirement (L.MAT-115 or L.BUS-250) by the end of their sophomore year.

Requirements for the major in Economics (B.A.):
Students contemplating graduate school are strongly encouraged to take L.MAT-150, 160 and 250, along with L.ECO-419. Only one Advanced General Education course taught by an Economics faculty member may be used towards the major requirements.

Req Course Cr's
1   L.ECO-221: Principles of Microeconomics 3
2   L.ECO-222: Principles of Macroeconomics 3
3   L.ECO-321: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3
4   L.ECO-322: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3
5   L.ECO-490: Economics Seminar 3
6   L.ECO-353: History of Economic Thought 3
7   L.ECO-419: Econometrics 3
7   Elective: Any additional Economics course 3
8   Elective: Any additional Economics course 3
9   Elective: Any additional Economics course 3
10   Elective: Any additional Economics course 3
Select one from Req 11
11 L.BUS-250: Business Statistics 3
11 L.MAT-115: Statistics-FM 4
36 to 37 total required credits
 
Requirements for the minor in Economics:
Only one Advanced General Education course taught by an Economics faculty member may be used towards the major requirements.

Req Course Cr's
1   L.ECO-221: Principles of Microeconomics 3
2   L.ECO-222: Principles of Macroeconomics 3
3   L.ECO-321: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3
4   L.ECO-322: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3
5   Elective: Any additional Economics course 3
6   Elective: Any additional Economics course 3
18 total required credits

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