The Department offers one course that meet the Abstract Reasoning component of the Analytical Reasoning Requirement, ECON 100; and one course that fulfills the Domestic component of the Perspectives on Diversity Requirement, ECON 345. The Department also offers an occasional Earlham Seminar.
Students concentrating in Economics take a minimum of 39 credits. All majors must take the following courses which total 27 credits:
In addition, majors must take four more upper-level Economic courses (numbers 300 or above) totaling 12 credits.
The following policies also apply to Economics majors:
Students obtaining a Minor in Economics must take a minimum of 18 credits. The following courses which total nine credits are required of all Economics minors:
In addition, minors must earn nine elective credits in Economics courses numbered 200 or higher. A student may transfer in one course of up to three credits toward the Minor.