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Grand Rapids Community College
Program Guide: Economics
|EN 100 or 101||3|
|Social Science elective||3|
|Science Lab elective||4|
|World Perspective elective||3|
|U.S. Diversity elective||3|
- Degrees offered: B.A., B.S.
- Students seeking the B.A. degree are required to demonstrate third semester competence in a foreign language.
- This guide fulfills the Michigan Transfer agreement (MTA). Science electives must be selected from different disciplines. Humanities electives must be a non-PL course. Please check with your community college advisor for additional associate degree requirements. GVSU will still honor the MACRAO agreement.
- Students must achieve a 2.75 cumulative GPA and 55 semester hours to be admitted to the economics program.
- IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT STUDENTS SEE THE GRCC COUNSELING AND CAREER CENTER FOR A LIST OF COURSES THAT WILL FULFILL ELECTIVES.
- World Perspecitves electives: AN 201, AN 210, AN 285, BA 288, EC 290, EN 252, EN 281, EN 282, FR 232, GR 232, GE 135, GE 210, GE 296, HS 101, HS 102, HS 120, HS 121, HS 230, HS 239, HS 240, HS 241, HS 242, HS 290, HS 295, PS 201, PS 202, PS 215, SP 232
- U.S. Diversity electives: AN 280, COM 235, EN 251, EN 261, EN 270, EN 271, EN 272, EN 278, GE 281, HS 215, HS 249, HS 250, HS 281, PL 207, SO 254, SO 260, SO 261, SO 262, SO 265, SO 270
Students need 55 semester hours with a minimum GPA of 2.75 to be admitted into the Seidman College of Business. Prior to admission, students must complete general requirements. After earning 55 semester hours with a minimum 2.75 GPA, students are admitted to the upper-division (300/400 level) business program at the Seidman College of Business. During the junior and senior years, students will take a variety of business administration courses in different areas to give them a strong general business and administration background. Additionally, students will complete courses applicable to one of the specific majors offered. For additional information, please call the Seidman Undergraduate Programs Office at 616-331-7500.
The economics program, part of the Seidman School of Business, is designed to give students an understanding of the structure and operation of the United States and international economies and an opportunity to develop a specialty within economics or in a cognate field, such as mathematics or political science. Competence in economic analysis is a good preparation for work in private enterprise, non-profit firms and government. For additional information, please call the Seidman Undergraduate Student Services Office at (616)336-7500.
Phone (616) 331-2025 • 1-800-748-0246 • firstname.lastname@example.org