The core for each degree consists of five economics courses and two allied requirements. The B.A. requires three additional elective of the studentÍs choosing. The B.S. has three possible paths. Each path requires three specified electives, two additional electives of the studentÍs choosing, and additional allied requirements.
Students wishing to pursue graduate study in economics should consider the path in Mathematical Economics. Students interested in international affairs should consider the path in International Economics. Students seeking an economics degree supplemented with additional technical skills and an introduction to the business field or who are looking towards an eventual MBA degree should consider the Business Economics path.
Majors must complete a minimum of twenty credits in economics at St. Thomas. Minors must complete a minimum of twelve credits in economics at St. Thomas.