Bachelor of Science in Economics and International Affairs

The primary objectives of the Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and International Affairs are to provide students with:

  1. a detailed understanding of economic theory and practice in the contemporary world;
  2. an understanding of the global, interdependent, and multicultural environment in which they live; and
  3. a set of quantitative and qualitative analytical skills centered around policy-oriented issue areas in economics and international affairs. These skills will provide graduates with the capabilities to engage in strategic planning and analysis efforts in economic and international contexts.
APPH 1040Sci Foundation of Health2
or APPH 1050 Sci of Phys Act & Health
Core A - Essential Skills
ENGL 1101English Composition I3
ENGL 1102English Composition II3
MATH 1712Survey of Calculus4
or MATH 1552 Integral Calculus
Core B - Institutional Options
CS 1315Intro Media Computation3
Core C - Humanities
Modern Language 36
Core D - Science, Math, & Technology
Lab Science4
Lab Science4
MATH 1711Finite Mathematics4
or MATH 1551
MATH 1553
Differential Calculus
and Intro to Linear Algebra
Core E - Social Sciences
Select one of the following:3
United States to 1877
United States since 1877
American Government
Government of the U.S.
US Constitutional Issues
INTA 2040Sci,Tech & Int'l Affairs 33
INTA 3301Int'l Political Econ 33
Select one of the following:3
Europe Since Renaissance
Revolutionary Europe
20th Century Europe
Hist Islamic Societies
Hist-Modern Middle East
Traditional Asia
Asia in the Modern World
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Medieval Europe
European Labor History
Europe Intellectual Hist
Medieval England
Britain 1815-1914
Britain Since 1914
French Revolution
Modern France
Modern Spain
Modern Germany
Nazi Germany-Holocaust
Sci Pol Culture Nazi Ger
Women&Gender-Middle East
Modern China
Modern Japan
British Colonization
Hist Global Societies
Revolutionary Movement
Modern Cuba
Core F - Courses Related to Major
ECON 2105Prin of Macroeconomics 33
ECON 2106Prin of Microeconomics 33
ECON 2250Statistics for Economist3
INTA 1110Intro to Int'l Relations3
Modern Language 1,36
Major Requirements
ECON 3110Adv Microeconomic Analys 33
ECON 3120Advanced Macroeconomics 33
ECON 3161Econometric Analysis 33
ECON 4350International Economics 33
INTA 2001Careers In Intl Affairs 31
INTA 3110U.S. Foreign Policy 33
INTA 3203Comparative Politics 33
INTA 4740Sem-Political Economy 33
or ECON 4740 Sem-Political Economy
INTA 4741Thesis-Political Economy 33
or ECON 4741 Thesis-Political Economy
EIA Electives
Any ECON 36
Any INTA 36
Non-Major Cluster
Non-Major Cluster 29
Technical Requirement
Select one of the following: 43
Intro-Bioengr Stats
Geographic Info Sys
Intro to Computing
Rep Structure & Behavior
Data Input/Manipulation
Intro-Object Orient Prog
Energy, Environ, Society
Environ Data Analysis
Indust Dsgn Computing I
Graphic & Visual Design
Non-Linear Documents
Computing Techniques
Information Technology
Decision Supp&Expert Sys
Systems Analysis& Design
Free Electives
Free Electives10
Total Credit Hours122

Pass-fail only allowed for Free Electives.

39 hours of the degree must be upper division coursework. 15 hours of the Cluster, Free electives, ECON/INTA electives, or Technology requirement must be upper division (3000/4000 level).


Modern Language courses must be in the same language as used in Core Area C.


All nine credit hours must come from the same discipline, or be part of a coherent theme. Please consult with advisor on course selection.


Minimum grade of C required.


 Approved instances of CS 2803 may be applied by advisor.