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From Seattle University's 2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog.
To earn a minor international economic development, students must complete 30 credits of economics including the following:
Choose from: ECON 3710, 3750, 3780, 4720, 4760, 4770, or 4790. With prior approval, one Seattle University economics Summer Education Abroad Course to a developing country can count toward the minor. See policy for minors for more information.
To supplement your education in International Economic Development, Albers also offers the International Development Internship Program, which is a 20 credit, three-phase academic program. Visit the IDIP webpage for more details.