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  • Course description

    VSB offers undergraduate degree programs in accountancy,   business honors (through the Class of 2012), and business administration with majors in economics, finance, management, management information systems, and marketing. VSB also offers an international business co-major. Students may choose to  double major  or to select a  minor  field of study.

    Starting with the Class of 2012, only one degree will be awarded within VSB regardless of the number of majors completed. Students who have completed the requirements for more than one degree, e.g. BSA and BBA, must choose which degree to be awarded. Majors are listed on the transcript, but not on the diploma.


    Economics - VSB Students
    Required courses:
    ECO 2101  - Macro-Econ Theory 
    ECO 2102  - Micro-Econ Theory 
    and one of the following options:

    Option #1
    ECO 3132  - Research Methods in Economics 
    ECO 4132  - Seminar in Economics 
    Two economics elective courses numbered ECO 3000 or higher (except ECO 3108, ECO 3109)

    Option #2
    ECO 2101  - Macro-Econ Theory 
    ECO 2102  - Micro-Econ Theory 
    ECO 3137  - Intro to Econometrics 
    Three economics elective courses numbered ECO 3000 or higher (except ECO 3108, ECO 3109)
     

    A&S Students (Bachelor of Arts in Economics)
    Required courses:

    ECO 1001  - Intro to Micro 
    ECO 1002  - Intro to Macro 
    ECO 2137  - Economic Statistics 
    ECO 2101  - Macro-Econ Theory 
    ECO 2102  - Micro-Econ Theory 
    ECO 3132  - Research Methods in Economics 
    ECO 4132  - Seminar in Economics 

    One semester of calculus (which is taken as part of the core requirements)

    Four economics elective courses numbered 3000 or higher

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