Minor in Economics and Business

Undergraduate programs within the Division of Economics and Business include a minor in Economics and Business. Use your minor to broaden your technical major with a economics and business skills. Join the over 200 students pursuing a minor in Economics and Business. All Mines students must complete, for their major, nine credits of H&SS electives (formerly known as Clusters). You will notice many EBGN classes in the list of approved courses. Students are able to count up to six hours of EBGN credits towards the HS&S electives and apply the credits towards a minor.

2009-Present Requirements
- 18 credit hours/6 courses in EBGN.
- Required courses: Principles of Economics (EBGN201); and either Intermediate Microeconomics (EBGN301) or Intermediate Macroeconomics (EBGN302). 
- The remaining credit hours may be any EBGN courses.

2005-2008 Requirements
- 18 credit hours/6 courses in EBGN.
- Required courses: Principle of Microeconomics (EBGN311) and Principles of Macroeconomics (EBGN312).
- If Principles of Economics (EBGN201) is taken prior to the 311/312 sequence, it may be used to satisfy 3 of the 18 required hours. However, the 311/312 sequence must still be completed.
- The remaining credit hours may be any EBGN courses.

Contact Information
Minor forms are available at the Registrar's office. Once the form is filled out, Dr. Houser will review and sign your minor form. Once signed, return the form to the Registrar's office.

Dr. Scott Houser
Teaching Associate Professor Undergraduate Program Chair
328 Engineering Hall
E-mail: shouser@mines.edu
 

Updated 9/9/13

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