International economics majors intending to do graduate work in international studies or intending to pursue a career with a governmental or nongovernmental agency are strongly encouraged to consider a minor or major in political science or one of the international studies tracks to complement the international economics major. You also are encouraged to work closely with a member of the department to select complementary general education courses.
The following represents one of many paths you can take to complete a major in international economics. Note that students typically take four courses per semester for a total of eight each year. Check the Coe catalog to review all of your options.
- ECO-215 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO-205 Principles of Macroeconomics
- SPA-215 Intermediate Spanish I
- ECO-336 Divergent Economic Growth
- ECO-405 Intermediate Macroeconomics
- SPA-225 Intermediate Spanish II
- ECO-415 Intermediate Price Theory
- ECO-436 Economic Development
- ECO-446 International Economics
- Semester studying abroad
- ECO-495 International Finance
- ECO-525 Econometrics