Economics is the study of how people, businesses and governments choose to allocate their resources—from production to distribution and consumption. The minor in economics requires students to investigate and analyze the daily decisions that consumers, workers and managers make, as well as the economic activity of people aggregated over many markets.

  • Understand how societies use scarce resources to attain societal goals and how to predict the consequences of changes in those processes

  • Gain knowledge of theoretical models and quantitative analysis

  • Complement your undergraduate studies with a minor