Concentration in Business Economics

The concentration in Business Economics is available to Gabelli students at Rose Hill.

Primary concentration

Course Title Credits
ECON 3116Intermediate Macroeconomics4
ECON 3118Intermediate Microeconomics4
Two 3000-level or higher economics courses

For the latter two courses, the economics department offers a wide array of courses in monetary and financial economics, international economics and development, economics of law, industrial economics, and public sector economics.

Secondary concentration

Students who want to pursue business economics as a secondary concentration are required to complete three 3000-level or higher economics courses.

A student electing to pursue one of these routes should consult with his or her class dean and/or the associate chair of the economics department.

Available courses

Any course with the subject code ECON numbered 3000 or higher in the economics department may fulfill these course requirements.