The BA in Economics provides students with an excellent basis for graduate study in economics, business or law, or careers in business, public policy, government or teaching. The major requires a minimum 30 credits in economics. Students build their program based on a rigorous foundation of introductory, intermediate and quantitative courses. Elective courses, chosen in consultation with the adviser, allow students to pursue their individual interests supporting career and post-graduate academic goals. Areas of interest include public policy, advanced theory, macroeconomic theory and policy, economic philosophy and economic history.