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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics, B.S., Management Information Applications Concentration

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This concentration within the B.S. degree combines specialized training in economics, econometrics and management information systems in areas important to the study of big data. In order to take any upper-level EMIS classes, students must complete the subset requirements of the EMIS department, which include EMIS 1360  (students are limited to a maximum of two enrollments in this course), MATH 1337  and MATH 1338 , DISC 1312 /DISC 2305  and DISC 1313 /DISC 2306  or equivalent, and CSE 1341  and CSE 1342 , with a 3.000 average subset GPA and a C or better in each subset course. All advanced economics courses must have the ECO prefix with the exception of FINA 3320 , FINA 3330 , and FINA 4326 .

Note: Any 5000- or 6000-level courses taken to complete an approved economic field may also be used to satisfy the requirement for the B.S. degree of at least six hours at the 5000 level or above.

Requirements for the Major

Econometrics (6 Credit Hours)

At least one from the following:

Mathematics and Statistics (9 Credit Hours)

Advanced Electives (15 Credit Hours)

(five courses from the list below, with at least 6 hours at the 5000 level or above)

At least one of the approved subfields listed above inNotes for All B.S. in Economics Majors must be satisfied by the advanced economics courses selected.

Total: 60 Credit Hours

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