The International Economics minor is a new degree offered by our department. This program teaches principles of microeconomics and of macroeconomics as they relate to the international trade of goods and services, international flows of capital such as foreign direct investment or financial capital, and the international migration and refugee movements.
International Economics Minor
What will you gain?
The program combines the very best of learning in Economics: dedicated research oriented faculty, a strong grounding in modern principles of economics that govern international economic relationships and solid empirical analyses of trade relationships.
This minor is a perfect complement to many majors in the social studies, the humanities, in business related majors and international studies.
This program will enhance your prospects for many careers in the public and private sector, especially in the fields related to international business and relations.