Bachelor of Science in International Economics and Finance – Honors (B.S.)
This demanding degree program is designed to provide honors students with proficiency in economic theory and policymaking as related to the workings of the international global economy while providing a solid financial background. Students enrolled in this program are required to maintain a GPA of 3.5 or above, and to meet the academic criteria of honors students. This is an honors major; students may or may not be also part of the University's Honors Program.
Students majoring in international economics and finance-honors will complete the degree requirements for the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in International Economics and Finance-Honors.
Major Requirements: To earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in International Economics and Finance-Honors, students must complete 22 business and economics courses. This includes: 6 core courses (in introductory accounting, economics, and ethics); 10 international economics and finance concentration courses; 4 Math/Computer Science/Statistics courses; and 2 international economics and finance electives.
University Requirements: Students must also complete the core University requirements, specific to their major, in order to complete their degree. International economics and finance students are required to complete 18 courses in addition to their business and economics courses. These courses include liberal arts required courses, focus area required courses, and free electives.
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