Economics, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Required Courses

Required courses in Economics

Course NumberTitleCredits
ECO 10150Principles of Management

3

ECO 10250Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECO 10350Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ECO 20150Principles of Statistics

4

ECO 20250Intermediate Microeconomics

3

ECO 20350Intermediate Macroeconomics

3

ECO 20450Principles of Accounting I

3

ECO 33150Introduction to Econometrics

4

Three of the following from a single field, one of which must be a capstone (8-9 credits)

Field courses in Economics

Course NumberTitleCredits
ECO 21850Managerial Economics

3

ECO 23150Environmental Economics and Sustainability

3

ECO 23250Energy, Commodities, and the Environment

2

ECO 23350Economic History

3

ECO 23450Law and Economics

3

ECO 25550

ECO 32150International Finance

3

ECO 32250Money and Banking

3

ECO 33350Macroeconomics II

3

ECO 33550Urban Economics

3

ECO 33650Public Finance

3

ECO 33750Transportation Econ

3

ECO 43350Labor Economics

3

ECO 43550Econometrics 2

3

ECO 33450International Trade

3

ECO 43150Industrial Organization

3

ECO 43250Economic Development

3

ECO 43450Public Investment Analysis

3

ECO 49150Honors Thesis I

Variable cr.

ECO 49250Honors Thesis II

Variable cr.

Two major electives (6 credits)

Course NumberTitleCredits

One of the following (3-4 credits)

Course NumberTitleCredits
MATH 20100Calculus I

3

OR

MATH 20500Elements of Calculus

4

Total Credit Hours: 43-44

ECO 10400 can substitute for ECO 10250 and ECO 10350. ECO 19150 can substitute for ECO 10250 and ECO 10350.

Additional Requirements

At least a 2.0 GPA in the major is required for graduation. The GPA in the major is calculated from all courses for the major, including Calculus, that have been taken at City College or through ePermit, including all courses in excess of the minimum required for the degree. Courses must have a grade of C- or better to fulfill the requirements of the major. A D grade is inadequate. In addition to college requirements for residency, at least two of the four "Major Core" and three of the four "Field" courses must be completed at CCNY.

Majors must place into calculus (MATH 20100 or MATH 20500 or higher) or may be required to complete the prerequisite sequence through MATH 19500.