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Students integrate their experience in economic theories, methodologies, concepts, and applications. Literature in a variety of fields of economics is analyzed. A research paper and presentation are also required.
3 credit hours
- ECON 449
- ECON 461
- At least two additional economics course at the 300-level or above.
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