Majors And Minors

Economics Program & The Student

The flexible nature of Economics, and the fact that it overlaps with diverse areas such as Business, Law, Politics, Health Care, and the Environment, makes Economics a dynamic and marketable area of study. Today's educators, government officials, and business leaders are aware of the crucial role economics plays in building of a more productive and equitable world. Economists are at the center of power all over the world. Within the last few decades, the economist has become a central figure helping corporations reach their goals. The economist can be found advising governments on urban problems, unemployment, inflation, and financial markets. Recently, economics has been introduced into the k-12 curricula creating a higher demand for economics graduates who wish to teach at all levels.

The Department of Economics at Millersville University is a growing department, able to offer students a range of programs to fit their needs, prepare them to pursue further studies, or to enter a variety of careers.  Millersville economics students receive personalized instruction in the classroom, individualized counsel outside of class, opportunities for hands-on experience, and counsel in career pursuits.

The Economics Program:

40 Credits

Requirements (21 credits):

Econ 101  Principles of Macroeconomics
Econ 102  Principles of Microeconomics
Econ 231  Applied Statistics I
Econ 318  Intermediate Microeconomics
Econ 319  Intermediate Macroeconomics
Econ 333  Econometrics
Econ 488  Seminar in Economics

Electives (15 credits: choose any 5 of the following):

Econ 215  Money Credit Banking                          
Econ 225  Comparative Economic Systems           
Econ 226  Area Studies                                       
Econ 235  Mathematical Economics                      
Econ 246  Economics of Health and Health Care    
Econ 305  Economics of Film                               
Econ 307  Environmental Economics                    
Econ 310  Economics of Justice                          
Econ 316  Public Finance                                   
Econ 323  Games and Experiments in Economics
Econ 325  International Economics
Econ 326  Economic Growth and Development
Econ 327  Women and Global Economic Development
Econ 335  Forecasting and Analytics
Econ 345  Labor Economics
Econ 355  Economics of Sex, Drugs, and Religion
Econ 375  Economics of Industrial Organization
Econ 498  Independent Study

Required Related (4 credits):

Math 151  Calculus for Management


 Tailor your college curriculum around an area of study with Economics at the core:   

 •Environmental and natural resource issues
•International trade and economic development
•Politics and law
•Community growth, development and planning
•Human resources and labor relations
•Corporate finance and management
•Social and cultural development