Economics Effective Fall 2017

Common Pathway: AA   SR  
Arizona General Education Curriculum   AGEC-B

Shared Majors: A shared major is a university degree program that has similar academic preparation to one or more degree programs at other Arizona public universities.
Institution Degree Major
ASU Tempe BS Economics (Liberal Arts)    
ASU Tempe New Degree     Politics and the Economy (BS)
ASU Tempe New Degree     Economics (Politics and the Economy) (BS)
NAU BSBA Business Economics   The W.A. Franke College of Business- Flagstaff Campus Only  
UA BA Economics    

Common Courses   The courses listed below are recommended to students who plan to transfer to a university.
* Brief Calculus or Calculus I Business Statistics Macroeconomics Microeconomics
ASU MAT 210 or MAT 270 *** ECN 221 or STP 226 ECN 211 ECN 212
NAU MAT 131 or MAT 136 * ECO 201 ECO 285 ECO 284
UA MATH 116 * BNAD 276 or MATH 163 ECON 201B ECON 201A

AWC MAT 212 or MAT 220 QBA 211 or MAT 270 ** ECN 240 ECN 250
CAC MAT 211 or MAT 212 or MAT 221 BUS 208 ECN 201 ECN 202
Cochise MAT212 or MAT220 BUS 219 or MAT 167 ** ECN 201 ECN 202
CCC MAT 211 or MAT 220 BUS232 or MAT160 ** ECN 204 ECN 205
Dine MTH 191 BUS 265 ** ECO 200 ECO 201
EAC MAT 210 or MAT 220 MAT 160 ** BUA 221 BUA 223
MCCCD MAT 212 or MAT 220 or MAT 221 GBS 221 or MAT 206 ECN 211 ECN 212
Mohave MAT 212 or MAT 221 BUS 208 or MAT 211 ** BUS 207 BUS 206
NPC MAT 211 or MAT 221 BUS201 or MAT125 ** ECN 211 ECN 212
Pima MAT 212 or MAT 220 BUS 205 ECN 202 ECN 201
TOCC MAT 212 or MAT 220 BUS 205 ECN 202 ECN 201
Yavapai MAT 212 or MAT 220 ECN 232 or MAT 167 ** ECN 235 ECN 236


Course Notes
* ASU, NAU, UA - Calculus I is recommended for students interested in a graduate degree in economics.
** NAU - math statistics not acceptable for the business statistics requirement at NAU; students completing a math statistics course may be required to take business statistics (Quantitative Methods) after transfer.
*** ASU--Calculus I is recommended for students interested in a graduate degree in economics. Students must take two semesters of calculus to fulfill the degree requirements: (MAT 210 and MAT 211) or (MAT 270 and MAT 271) or their community college equivalents.

See the Degrees and Pathways list for information about language proficiency requirements associated with these majors, and to learn about other majors offered by the Arizona public universities.

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