Economics Computing Option, Bachelor of Science (BS)
Grade Requirements: in order to graduate with a BS in Economics, students must complete ECON 304 and ECON 305 with a grade ≥C and the cumulative GPA for all courses completed towards the major must be ≥2.0.
|ECON 200||INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS||5|
|ECON 201||INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS||5|
|ECON 304||INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY||5|
|ECON 305||INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY||5|
|ECON 430||MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS||5|
|ECON 438||ECONOMETRICS II||5|
|ECON 490||ECONOMICS SENIOR CAPSTONE||5|
|MATH 161||CALCULUS I||5|
|MATH 301||DISCRETE MATHEMATICS||5|
|MATH 380||ELEMENTARY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS||5|
|or MATH 385||PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE I|
|Computing Related Courses|
|CSCD 110||INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING||5|
|CSCD 255||C PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS||5|
|CSCD 327||RELATIONAL DATABASE SYSTEMS||4|
|or CSCD 409||SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMING|
- Minimum Credits—180 cumulative credit hours
- 60 upper-division credits (300 level or above)
- 45 credits in residence (attendance) at Eastern, with at least 15 upper-division credits in major in residence at Eastern
- Minimum Cumulative GPA ≥2.0
All admitted students must officially Declare a Major by the time they reach 90 credits (junior standing).
Application for Graduation must be made at least two terms in advance of the term you expect to graduate (undergraduate and post-baccalaureate).
Use the Catalog Archives to determine two important catalog years.
SOAR calculates based on these two catalog years.
- The catalog in effect at the student's first term of current matriculation is used to determine BACR (Breadth Area Credit Requirements) and UGR (Undergraduate Graduation Requirements).
- The catalog in effect at the time the student declares a major or minor is used to determine the program requirements.
Students who successfully earn a BS in Economics Computing from EWU should be able to do the following:
- use supply and demand modeling to predict and/or explain some economic event;
- use quantitative skills to analyze economic data;
- understand the use of fiscal and monetary policies in addressing contemporary macroeconomic issues;
- understand and apply the Cost/Benefit Principle to a current socio-economic issue.