The economics minor is open to all undergraduate students, and can supplement any degree, especially those in business, government, or health care-related fields. All students in the minor will take courses in macroeconomics and managerial economics, and then choose classes based on their business interests, whether that’s in government, health care, banking, or sports. Through the economics minor, students won’t just learn to understand a range of social and economic questions; they’ll also be equipped with the critical thinking and analytical skills needed to develop marketable solutions.

Studying Economics At Springfield College