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The flexible Economics Track prepares students to work as data analysts in a range of private or government fields, including economics forecasting, e-commerce, online auction design, and retail optimization.

This track is available only on the Pullman campus, and via Global Campus (online) starting in the Fall of 2017.

Required Track Courses (27 credits)
  • ECONS 101  Fundamentals of Microeconomics [SSCI]
  • ECONS 102  Fundamentals of Macroeconomics [SSCI]
  • ECONS 301  Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • ECONS 302  Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
  • ECONS 311 Introductory Econometrics [M] (satisfies core requirement)
  • STAT/MATH 443  Applied Probability
  • Four courses selected from the list below
    • No more than one of the following four
      • ECONS 321 Economics of Sports in America
      • ECONS 323  Labor Economics
      • ECONS 324  Economics of Health Care [M]
      • ECONS 327  International Trade & Finance
    • ECONS 424  Strategy and Game Theory
    • ECONS 425  Industrial Organization
    • ECONS 426  Transportation Economics
    • ECONS 451  Advanced Food Economics & Marketing
    • ECONS 452  Advanced Business Management Economics [M]
    • ECONS 490  Economics Capstone

Download the four-year-plan (PDF)