International Economics (4 courses, 15-16 units)
International Economics studies Global issues and firm decision making, as well as the implications of macroeconomic policy on trade and financial flows between nations. In-depth courses concerning economic development, trade and finance can be taken as well.
- ECON 303 International Economics (4 units)
- ECON 403 Seminar in International Development Economics (4 units)
- ECON XXX One additional Economics course approved by Economics Department Advisor (4 units)
- ECON, BUS, Other XXX One additional upper-division course (Global Studies, International Studies, or International Business) approved by an Economics Department Advisor (3-4 units)