Albers School of Business and Economics


  • From Seattle University's 2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog.

    To earn a minor in economics, students must complete thirty (30) credits of economics, including the following:

    ECON 2110 Principles of Economics-Micro 5
    ECON 2130 Principles of Economics-Macro 5
    ECON 3110 Intermediate Microeconomics 5
    ECON 3130 Global and Domestic Macroeconomics 5
    ECON Electives 3000-4000 level (see advisor) 10

    Please note:

    1. Students working toward a minor in economics are subject to the same grade requirements as students pursuing a major in economics.
    2. FINC 3430 and ECON 4890 will not satisfy the upper division economics electives. See policy for minors in Academic Policies section of the Bulletin.