The choice of concentration will help your focus of your study and a systematic way of learning economics. The information is for Economics Major and Minor students. The students must choose a minimum three courses from the course list to have a concentration and are encouraged to have multiple concentrations.

Behavioral Economics & Game Theory

  • 50:220:303. Consumer Economics (3)
  • 50:220:308. Managerial Economics (3)
  • 50:220:313. Economics of Labor (3)
  • 50:220:321. Applied Game Theory (3)
  • 50:220:333. Behavioral and Experimental Economics (3)
  • 50:220:361. Game Theory (3)
  • 50:220:397. Industrial Economics: Structure, Conduct, Performance (3)

Data Science and Quantitative Methods

  • 50:220:122. Introduction to Data Data Science (3)
  • 50:220:222. Foundations of  Econometrics (3)
  • 50:220:322. Econometrics (3)
  • 50:220:422. Applied Data Mining (3)
  • 50:220:318. Cost-Benefit/Effective Analysis (3)
  • 50:220:392. Business Cycles and Forecasting (3)

Financial Economics

  • 50:220:301. Money and Banking (3)
  • 50:220:325. Financial Market and Institutions (3)
  • 50:220:329. Economics of International Finance (3)
  • 50:220:331. International Economics (3)
  • 50:220:363. Economics of Investment and Capital Markets (3)
  • 50:220:399. Economics of Multinational Corporations (3)

Health, Healthcare, Management and Health Policy

  • 50:220:308. Managerial Economics (3)
  • 50:220:316. Health Economics (3)
  • 50:220:317. Social Marketing: Strategic Approach for Health Promotion (3)
  • 50:220: 318. Cost Benefit/Effective Analysis (3)
  • 50:220:365. ST: U.S. Healthcare Organization, Delivery & System (3)
  • 50:220:366. ST: Healthcare Operations and Management (3)