The Economics program at Lang emphasizes the historical roots of economic ideas and their role in contemporary political and economic debates throughout the world. Learn more about the
Minors are available to undergraduate students across The New School.
The minor in Economics requires completion of 5 courses, distributed as shown below. Students must receive a grade of C or better in all courses taken in order to fulfill minor requirements.
Courses should be
chosen carefully and in the correct order. The introductory course, ULEC 2231, serves as
point of entry for all other courses in the Department. ULEC 2231, LECO 3877,
and LECO 3823 together constitute the theoretical core of the Economics
curriculum. As such, LECO 3877 and LECO 3823 are different from 3000-level
elective courses, that generally require some familiarity with the contents of
LECO 3877 and/or LECO 3823. Students
who minor in Economics should complete LECO 3877 or LECO 3823 as soon as
possible after they have completed ULEC 2231 and before they enroll in a 3000-level course.
The minor in Economics requires completion of the following five (5) courses, distributed as follows:
Total credits: 17-20
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts can pursue deeper study in this subject area through the self-designed major. To explore this option, contact an
academic advisor or read more about the
self-designed option at Lang.
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