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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2023 Liberal Arts Colleges Programs, Faculty, and Courses Economics 220 Major Requirements  

Major Requirements

First Year

50:220:102  Microeconomic Principles (3)

50:220:103  Macroeconomic Principles (3)

Take calculus class (50:640:118 or 50:640:121); one of the prerequisites for Econometrics

Sophomore  and Junior Years

50:220:203  Intermediate Economic Theory: Microeconomics (3)

50:220:204  Intermediate Economic Theory: Macroeconomics (3)

50:220:222  Foundations of Econometrics (3)

Some of the nine economics electives

Junior and Senior Years

50:220:322  Econometrics (3)

Some of the nine economics electives


To facilitate a minor in accounting, business administration, finance, human resource management, international business, management, marketing, and management information systems and ecommerce, economics majors are able to take up to three elective courses (9 credits) of the undergraduate programs from the School of Business-Camden. However, if the course is offered by Department of Economics, a business course will not be accepted. Please visit: and consult with the chair of the Department of Economics. If a student official document does not have a minor in business with economics major at the evaluation toward the degree, the business courses are not able to replace economics electives toward the economics major. Instead, the student needs to complete all economics elective requirements.  

Courses may be counted toward both major and general requirements. However, no course may fulfill two categories of general requirements. If you use any course for both major and general requirements, be sure to count the credits only ONCE toward the degree total. All courses counted toward the economics major should have a C or better grade.

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