Sample Program Guide

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This guide is not an official curriculum. This guide is a sample four-year degree plan of how students might plan this major with other degree requirements to complete their education in four years.Student plans will vary from this sample due to a variety of factors, such as, but not limited to, start year, education goals, transfer credit, and course availability. To ensure proper degree completion, enrolled students should utilize Degree Map and Schedule Planner in Campus Connection and consult regularly with academic advisors to ensure graduation requirements are being met.  

ECON 18911ECON 2013
COMM 1103ENGL 1203
ENGL 1103MATH 1444
TL 1163Humanities/Fine Arts & Cultural Diversity Gen Ed3
Humanities & Fine Arts Gen Ed3Free Elective3
Wellness Gen Ed2 
 15 16
ECON 2023ECON 3413
STAT 330 or 3673STAT 331 or ECON 4102
ECON 2113Additional Social & Behavioral Requirement Standard Option3
Science & Tech Gen Ed 3Science & Tech w/ Lab Gen Ed4
Additional Social & Behavioral Requirement Standard Option3Free Elective3
 15 15
ECON 3433Upper Division Writing Gen Ed3
Economics Standard Option Elective3Economics Standard Option Elective3
Economics Standard Option Elective3Economics Standard Option Elective3
Minor Course3Minor Course3
Free Elective3Minor Course3
 15 15
ECON 440, 461, 470, 475, or 480 (Capstone - Select One)3Minor Course3
Economics Standard Option Elective3Free Electives11
Minor Course3 
Minor Course3 
Free Electives3 
 15 14
Total Credits: 120

 ECON 189 is only required for first-time, first-year students--A first-time, first-year student is defined as a student who has not yet completed a college course as a college student.  Students that are not first-time, first-year students that either transfer into the university or change their major are not required to take ECON 189