Analytical Economics Major (B.S.)
B.S. in Analytical Economics emphasizes the predictive and prescriptive modeling skills that are in high demand in today's labor market. Prescriptive modeling is quantitative and strategic decision analysis geared toward corporate decisions. Predictive modeling emphasizes data analysis skills used to develop the information needed to make these decisions.
B.S. analytical economics majors muct complete ten courses in economics with a grade of at least a C- (1.67) in each course and an average grade of 2.3 or better in the major courses. In addition, majors must complete MATH 424A and ADMN 403, ADMN 410, ADMN 420, and an ethics course (PHIL 430 or equivalent). ECON 775 is the capstone course for the B.S. major and satisfies the capstone requirement of the University Discovery Program.
B.S. analytical economics majors must complete ten courses in economics with a grade of at least C- (1.67) in each course and an average grade of 2.3 or better in the major courses.
B.S. in Analytical Economics degree requirements:
|ECON 401||Principles of Economics (Macro)||4|
|ECON 402||Principles of Economics (Micro)||4|
|ADMN 403||Computing Essentials for Business||1|
|PAUL 405||Freshman Academic Experience I||1|
|PAUL 406||Freshman Academic Experience II||1|
|MATH 424A||Calculus for Social Sciences||4|
|PHIL 430||Ethics and Society||4|
|ADMN 410||Management Information Systems||4|
|ADMN 420||Business Statistics||4|
|ECON 565||Predictive Modeling: Data Driven Economic Analysis||4|
|ECON 606||Intermediate Microeconomics with Calculus||4|
|ECON 611||Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis 1||4|
|ECON 726||Introduction to Econometrics||4|
|ECON 727||Advanced Econometrics 2||4|
|ECON 775||Applied Research Skills for Economists 3||4|
|At least two (2) Economics electives||8|
Major credit toward ECON 606 Intermediate Microeconomics with Calculus and/or ECON 611 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis will be awarded to transfer students only if equivalent courses have been taken at the junior level or above. Transfer students must take at least five of their economics courses at UNH. All economics-related courses taken at other institutions must be approved by the economics department in order for them to count toward the major.
Or other Department approved quantitative course
ECON 775 Applied Research Skills for Economists is the capstone course for the B.S. major and satisfies the capstone requirement of the University Discovery Program.
Students may petition to substitute one business administration course for an economics elective if the course is at the 600 level or above and if a grade of C- or better is earned. Students may earn no more than 16 credits in internships, independent studies, field experience, and supervised student teaching experience. All economics majors must satisfy the bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree requirements, and all Discovery Program requirements. Students satisfy the Inquiry requirement of the Discovery Program before the end of their sophomore year by completing an Inquiry or Inquiry-attribute course within the Paul College, or another course offered by another college at the University.