Academics | Faculties | FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ECONOMICS | Department of Economics | Bachelor of Science in Economics | NDU

Mission

Consistent with the Faculty mission, the Bachelor of Science in Economics at Notre Dame University-Louaize provides a combination of academic rigor and career preparation. It equips students with solid analytical skills and problem solving abilities. Such skills are keys to develop students’ critical thinking. This is combined with good communication skills. The Economics program emphasizes undergraduate study in a liberal arts education environment. It maintains the highest standards of education through a continuously revised curriculum. It intends to prepare students for either future graduate studies or for a variety of careers in the private and public sectors. The program provides students with a challenging educational experience that enhances their innovation, competence and sense of social responsibility. It also offers an equal chance for all students.

Total Credits
90
Apply Before
December 2022
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Graduation Requirements

Students seeking the degree of Bachelor of Science in Economics must complete a total of 90 credits. The degree requires an overall average of at least 2.0/4.0 and a minimum average of 2.3/4.0 in the common core and major requirements. These credits are divided into Liberal Arts Core Curriculum, Common Core Requirements, Major Requirements, Faculty Electives, and Free Electives. In addition, the passing grade for Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, and Principles of Financial Management I, is “C.” The passing grade for remedial Math courses is “C.” Students are strongly advised to plan their courses in advance for the entire program.

 

Admission Requirements

All applicants must satisfy an acknowledged level of English proficiency to be admitted. For more information, kindly refer to appropriate pages in this Catalog. A student may be required to take Math 105 as a remedial course in mathematics if, upon evaluating his or her application, he or she did not accumulate the minimum composite score required by the FBAE.

Courses

Liberal Arts Curriculum (27cr.)

Free Electives (6cr.)

Students are free to choose any 6 credits offered by the University.

Suggested Program

Fall Semester Year I (15cr.)
MAT
204 Math for Business and Economics
3 cr.
STA 210
Statistics for Business and Economics
3 cr.
ECN
211
Principles of Microeconomics
3 cr.
ENL
213 Sophomore English Rhetoric
3 cr.
    Liberal Arts Curriculum (LAC)
3 cr.
Spring Semester Year I (15cr.)
ACO 201 Principles of Accounting I 3 cr.
ECN 212 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 cr.
ECN 308
Quantitative Economics
3 cr.


Liberal Arts Curriculum (LAC)
6 cr.
Fall Semester Year II (15cr.)
BAF
311
Principles of Financial Management I
3 cr.
ECN 313
Introduction to Econometrics
3 cr.
ECN 321
Intermediate Microeconomics
3 cr.


Liberal Arts Curriculum (LAC)
6 cr.
Spring Semester Year II (15cr.)
MGT
323
Software Tools for Business Applications
3 cr.
ECN
314
Applied Econometrics
3 cr.
ECN 323 Intermediate Macroeconomics Analysis (MR) 3 cr.
ECN 436 Public Economics
3 cr.


Liberal Arts Curriculum (LAC)
3 cr.
Fall Semester Year III (15cr.)
ECN 430
International Trade and Monetary Relations
3 cr.
ECN
435
Monetary Theory and Policy
3 cr.
    Major Elective
3 cr.


Liberal Arts Curriculum (LAC)
3 cr.


Free Electives 3 cr.
Spring Semester Year III (15cr.)
ECN
433
Game Theory
3 cr.
ECN 451 Senior Project in Economics
2 cr.
ECN 482 Internship in Economics
1 cr.


Major Elective 3 cr.


Liberal Arts Curriculum (LAC)
3 cr.


Free Electives 3 cr.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

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