International Economics Minor

International Economics

Undergraduate Minor

Program Delivery

On Campus

Total Credits

18 Credits

About the Program

The International Economics Minor is designed for all Business majors. It teaches both macro- and microeconomics theory and practice.

Focus of Study

Given the overlap in requirements and the applicability of many economics courses to business, students majoring in Business are particularly encouraged to pursue the Economics Minor.

Degree Requirements

General Requirements:

  • 18 credit hours
  • 12 upper-division credit hours (3000-4999 level)
  • 2.0 Minor GPA
  • Residency: Last 9 credit hours of the minor must be completed while registered at UCCS Specific

Program Coursework

Course Requirements

  • Either ECON 1010: Introduction to Microeconomics or Econ 1050: Economics in Practice
  • ECON 2020: Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • ECON 3410: International Economics
  • ECON 3770: Economic Development Economics


Two of the following courses:

  • ECON 4410: International Trade Policy
  • ECON 3510: Topics in Global Economic History 
  • ECON 3720: East Asian Economic Growth
  • ECON 3730: Economics of South Asia

For details on program coursework, please visit the Academic Catalog.