Oct 20, 2020
College of Business Administration
Department of Economics
Business Administration II (BA2), 305
Associate Lecturer of Economics: Dr. Nora Underwood
Business Administration II (BA2), 302N
(for both Business Majors and non-Business Majors)
The Economics Minor is designed to complement a broad range of business and non-business majors. The Minor requires a core of courses in economic theory and applications along with a selection of electives that can be tailored to the student’s personal interests. This Minor is highly recommended for students considering graduate school in business, economics, law or public administration. Not open to students in the Economics (BS) or Business Economics (BSBA) . Not open to students in the Mathematical Economics concentration of the Mathematics (BS) major.
Minor Admission Requirements
The quantitative prerequisite for ECO 3101 and ECO 3203 may be met by choosing one of the following three options:
A. QMB 3003, or
B. MAC 2233 and STA 2023, or
C. MAC 2311C and STA 2023.
Required Courses (9 Credit Hours)
Select One: (3 Credit Hours)
Upper Division Restricted Electives (9 Credit Hours)
Select from any ECO, ECP or ECS courses at the 3000 - 4000 level, excluding QMB 3003 and QMB 3200.
Foreign Language Requirements
Total Undergraduate Credit Hours Required: 18
- A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required in all courses used to satisfy the minor.
- Grades below “C” (2.0) or “S” grades from other institutions are not accepted.
- Courses taken at Florida College System institutions do not substitute for upper division courses.
- Courses transferred must be formally evaluated for equivalency credit. The student must provide a course syllabus and any other supporting information with his/her petition for this evaluation.
- At least nine hours used in the minor must be earned at UCF within the department.
- No credit by exam (TSD, Military credit) may be used.
- Internship, Independent Study, or Directed Research credit cannot be used toward the minor.
- A maximum of 6 hours of the above listed restricted elective courses can count toward another major or minor degree program.