Bachelor of Science in Global Economics and Modern Languages - Chinese
|APPH 1040||Scientific Foundations of Health||2|
|or APPH 1050||The Science of Physical Activity and Health|
|or APPH 1060||Flourishing: Strategies for Well-being and Resilience|
|Core A - Essential Skills|
|ENGL 1101||English Composition I||3|
|ENGL 1102||English Composition II||3|
|MATH 1712||Survey of Calculus||4|
|or MATH 1552||Integral Calculus|
|Core B - Institutional Options|
|CS 1315||Introduction to Media Computation||3|
|or CS 1301||Introduction to Computing|
|Core C - Humanities|
|Modern Languages 2,3||6|
|Core D - Science, Math, & Technology|
|MATH 1711||Finite Mathematics||4|
|or MATH 1551|
& MATH 1553
| Differential Calculus|
and Introduction to Linear Algebra
|Core E - Social Sciences|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|The United States to 1877|
|The United States since 1877|
|American Government in Comparative Perspective|
|Government of the United States|
|American Constitutional Issues|
|Core F - Courses Related to Major|
|ECON 2105||Principles of Macroeconomics 3||3|
|ECON 2106||Principles of Microeconomics 3||3|
|Statistics Elective 3,5||3|
|Engineering/Science/Math Elective 1||3|
|Modern Languages 2,3||6|
|ECON 3110||Advanced Microeconomic Analysis 3||3|
|ECON 3120||Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis 3||3|
|ECON 3161||Econometric Analysis 3||3|
|ECON Electives 3,6||15|
|Cluster Electives 3,4||12|
|CHIN 4500||Advanced Intercultural Seminar 3||3|
|Modern Languages 2,3,8||9|
|Free Electives 7||11|
|Total Credit Hours||122|
Any 1000- or 2000-level course with the following prefixes: AE, APPH, BIOL, BMED, CEE, CHBE, CHEM, EAS, ECE, ISYE, MATH, ME, MSE, NRE, PHYS.
Students must complete 21 credit hours of Chinese electives at 2002 (or its equivalent), 3000-level and above. Six credit hours are counted in Humanities, six in Core Area F, and 9 in Modern Languages Requirements. Students can only count one CHIN 34XX course toward 3 of the 21 credits of Chinese electives as 34XX courses reflect culture courses taught in English.
Minimum grade of C required.
ECON and CHIN courses not allowed for cluster electives.
Nine credit hours of Econ Electives must be chosen from one of the following list of Development Economics or International Economics courses: ECON 4311, ECON 4351, ECON 4355, ECON 4357, ECON 4411, ECON 4415, ECON 4421
CHIN courses below 2002 may count toward the free elective courses.
Students are strongly encouraged to study, intern, or work abroad in the language of study or to seek out internship or research opportunities with international organizations.