Academic & Disability Support Office

Minors

Students may major in one field in the department and minor in another but may not double-count courses (i.e., count a single course towards both the major and the minor). Students should consult their advisor or the chair regarding acceptable substitute courses.

The Minor in Accounting

The minor in accounting consists of five course units: Economics 152 and Accounting 157, 218, 219, and one additional course in accounting. Students cannot double-count courses in their major and minor, and should consult their advisor about course selection.

The Minor in Economics

The minor in economics consists of five course units: Economics 152 plus four additional economics courses, three of which must be at the 200-level or above. Students cannot double-count courses in their major and minor, and should consult their advisor about course selection.

The Minor in Management

The minor in management consists of Economics 152, Management 223, and three full-unit management courses. Students cannot double-count courses in their major and minor, and should consult their advisor about course selection.