The B.S. degree in economics offers more specialized training in economics and provides a firm basis for graduate study in business, economics or law. All advanced economics courses must have the ECO prefix with the exception of FINA 3320 and FINA 4326, which substitutes for ECO 4368 and ECO 4378, respectively. (FINA courses are open only to students who are declared majors in a Business degree plan through the Cox School of Business.)
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 credit hours (two courses) at the 5000 level and above.