Politics & The Economy Minor

Citizens protesting in Madrin, Spain. Copyright Pedro Rufo

Students interested in pursuing a career in government, business, communications, or the law can add a breadth of perspective through the Politics & the Economy minor.

The Politics & the Economy minor consists of five courses (20 credits total). Students must take five of the following courses, with no more than THREE from the same designation (e.g., no more than three ECN or three POLT/PS), and no more than THREE at the 400 level:

  • ECN 410W - Novelists & Economists
  • ECN 411 - Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles
  • ECN 412 - Introduction to Microeconomic Principles
  • ECN 635 - Money, Banking, and Macroeconomic Activity
  • ECN 640 - Business, Law, and Economics
  • ECN 650 - Economics for Managers
  • POLT 401 - Politics and Society
  • POLT 403 - United States in World Affairs
  • POLT 500 - American Public Policy
  • POLT 560 - World Politics
  • POLT 567 - Politics of Global Resources
  • POLT 743 - Comparative Political Economy
  • POLT 762 - International Political Economy
  • PS 501 - Social and Political-Economic Theory
  • PS 509 - Political & Social Change in Developing Countries
  • PS 702 - International Relations: Interdisciplinary Approaches
  • HUMA 412 - Humanities II
  • HUMA 660 - Moral Dimension of Economic Life

Substitutions are permitted by permission of minor supervisors, Melinda Negron-Gonzales and Tom Birch. For more information, contact Melinda Negron-Gonzales at 603-641-4364 or  Tom Birch at 603-641-4108.

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