Department of Economics

FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS* - MAJOR CODE: 25201BA
FOR STUDENTS ENTERING THE PROGRAM DURING THE 2001 SUMMER SEMESTER AND AFTER 


Freshman Year                                                                                                                                                                                      Sem. Hrs.
ENC 1101, 1102 Freshmen Communicative Skills I, II or ENC 1121, 1122 Honors..............................................................................6
MAC 1105 or 1114 or MGF 1106 or 1107 Mathematics................................................................................................................................3
MAC 1147 Pre-Calculus .....................................................................................................................................................................................4
BSC 1005 and BSC 1005L Biological Science & Biological Science Lab or ISC 1006 or ISC 1007 Wide World Science I or II...4
PSC 1121, AST 1002, or PHY 3464, Physical Science, Astronomy, or
Physical Basis of Music .................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
HUM 2211, 2230 Historical Survey I, II (or other approved "Topical Humanities" courses)**...............................................................6
SPC 1050 or SPC 2600 Foundation of Speech or Public Speaking..........................................................................................................3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                30
Sophomore Year
ECO 2013, 2023 Principles of Economics I and II * 1..................................................................................................................................6
STA 2023 Introduction to Probability and Statistics I or QMB 3600............................................................................................................3
AMH 2010 or 2020 American History...............................................................................................................................................................3
AMH 2091 or AFA 3104, Introduction to African American History or The African American Experience............................................3
MAC 2311 Calculus I .........................................................................................................................................................................................4
Foreign Language (in a single language)*2..................................................................................................................................................6
CGS 1061, or CGS 2120, or CGS 2162, Micro-Computer Applications, Micro-Computers w/Programming,
Micro-Computers w/Programming—Honors (or other approved computer course).............................................................................3
ECO 3921 Professional Development............................................................................................................................................................2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               30
Junior Year
ECO 3101, 3203 Microeconomics, Macroeconomics..................................................................................................................................6
ECO 4223 Money and Banking.........................................................................................................................................................................3
ECO 4303 History of Economic Thought .......................................................................................................................................................3
ACG 2021 Financial Accounting Prin or ACG 2022 Financial Accounting ...............................................................................................3
ACG 2071 Managerial Accounting Prin or ACG 3301 Managerial Accounting.........................................................................................3
Foreign language (in a single language)*2....................................................................................................................................................6
Minor Electives *6.................................................................................................................................................................................................6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               30

Senior Year
ECO 3421 Econometrics *4..............................................................................................................................................................................3
ECO 4704 International Trade *3.....................................................................................................................................................................3
ECP 4403 Economics Of Industrial Organization.........................................................................................................................................3
ECS 4013 Economics Of Less Developed Countries.................................................................................................................................3
Minor Electives *6..............................................................................................................................................................................................12
ECO 4713 International Finance *3 ................................................................................................................................................................3
ECO4401MathematicalEconomics*5 ............................................................................................................................................................3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               30
Grand Total........................................................................................................................................................................................................120

All classes other than Natural Sciences must be passed with a grade of "C" or better. See your advisor for approved course sequences in: mathematics, social sciences, humanities, statistics, and computers.

*Students on Bachelor of Arts in Economics track are not allowed to have a minor in Business.


PREREQUISITES
1 ECO 2 013 and ECO 2023 must be completed prior to taking any other Economics courses.
2 At Least Six Hours of Foreign Language Must Be At 3000 Level or Higher.
3 ECO 3101 and ECO 3202 must be completed prior to taking ECO 4704, ECP 4703 and ECO 4713.
4 STA 2023 must be completed prior to taking ECO 3421.
5 MAC 2311 and ECO 2023 must be completed before taking ECO 4401
6 At Least 12 Hours Of Minor Electives Must Be At 3000 Level or Higher.

**Approved list of "Topical Humanities" courses can be obtained from the Department of Visual Arts, Humanities and Theater, Room 413 Tucker Hall.

MAJORS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A MINIMUM OVER-ALL GRADE POINT AVERAGE OF 3.00 TO REGISTER FOR AN ACADEMIC OVER-LOAD (more than 18 hours). PERMISSION MUST BE OBTAINED FROM CHAIRPERSON and DEAN BEFORE REGISTERING. NON-COMPLIANCE WILL RESULT IN BEING ADMINISTRATIVELY WITHDRAWN FROM CLASS(ES).

Contact Info

515 Orr Drive
452 Tucker Hall
Tallahassee, Florida 32307

P: (850) 599-3138
F: (850) 561-2050