The Bachelor of Arts in Economics program provides students with a thorough understanding of the tools of micro and macroeconomic analysis
Students seeking the Bachelor of Arts in Economics meet the College of Arts and Science writing in the major requirement by completing the following courses: , , and two economics courses numbered 410 or above.
The bachelor of science major in mathematical economics comprises at least 11 economics courses plus six specific courses in mathematics and computer science, permitting a deeper engagement with the discipline than the bachelor of arts economics major and providing enhanced preparation for graduate study.
Penn State Online | Bachelor of Arts in Economics
Students in the Bachelor of Arts Economics programs may not count any 0000-level Mathematics courses for credit toward their degree. Such students may, however, be required to take one or more of these courses to replace missing program prerequisites in which case the courses will be set aside as “no credit for degree” (NCD).