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The Minor in Economics is designed for students who have done substantial work
in economics but who do not choose to complete all the requirements for a concentration.
The minor has a five-course requirement, made up of one basic course, two core courses,
and two elective courses. The basic course provides a foundation for the treatment
of theory and method that are used in the core courses, and these core courses are
prerequisites for most elective courses. This hierarchy of courses makes it difficult
to complete the minor in fewer than three semesters. The courses that satisfy these
requirements are outlined below.
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