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Major, Minor, Courses


Upon successful completion of the major in Economics and Emory's core curriculum or one of the joint Economics majors, students will receive a Bachelor of Arts, that is certified as a STEM major because of its quantitative nature.

Economics Major

THE ECONOMICS MAJOR CONSISTS OF:
  • 1 mathematics course
  • 6 foundation courses
  • 4 electives (students can select electives from several areas of specialization)

Economics/Math Joint Major

THE ECONOMICS/MATH JOINT MAJOR CONSISTS OF:
  • 4 pre-requisite courses
  • 8 foundation courses
  • Econ/Math 425 Mathematical Economics
  • 3 electives (1 300-level or higher Econ elective, 1 400-level Econ elective, 1 Math elective- 212, 351, 361, or 411 )

Economics/Human Health Joint Major

THE ECONOMICS/HUMAN HEALTH JOINT MAJOR CONSISTS OF:
  • 1 mathematics course
  • 5 foundation courses
  • 1 biomedical or health ethics course
  • 3 methods courses
  • 2 health care organization and policy courses
  • 3 context and application of health electives
  • Econ/Hlth 470 Research in Health Economics

Review the checklist for specific requirements in the joint Econ/Human Health major here

Virtual Information Session for new Economics/Human Health Joint Major

Tuesday, April 21 at 5:00 PM (Zoom)

Learn more about this new joint major at an upcoming Virtual Information Session. RSVP here: https://bit.ly/2WKaGry

Session will be recorded, please visit RSVP link if you cannot attend but wish to receive recording.

Flyer for Virtual Information Session

Economics Minor

THE ECONOMICS MINOR CONSISTS OF:
  • 3 foundation courses
  • 1 mathematics course
  • 3 electives at the 200 level or above.

Preparing for After Graduation

Plan Ahead

Learn about the many career opportunities in Economics and take the classes you need to be best prepared to get the job you want!

Preparing for After Graduation