As of the Fall of 2020 there are two different Minors in Economics:

The new Minor in Quantitative Economics permits quantitatively well-prepared students to do the core of the Economics major, and gives them access to the Certificate Programs in Economics, with fewer required electives than the full Major in Economics.

The traditional Minor in Economics introduces students to both microeconomics and macroeconomics, allows students to explore a variety of economic institutions and economic policies that characterize the modern economy, and provides training in basic data analysis.

Both minors require a total of 18 credits in economics.  Click on the buttons below to learn more about each minor.