Sample Degree Pathway for Economics


For students who entered fall 2012 to spring 2015.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ENGL.1010 (Gen Ed) College Writing I 3
ECON.2010 Economics I 3
MATH.1210 Pre-calculus OR any higher level Math 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) SS (Social Science) 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) AH (Arts/Humanities) 3
FAHS.1090 First Year Seminar1 1
Total 16

Spring Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ENGL.1020 (Gen Ed) College Writing II 3
ECON.2020 Economics II 3
MATH.1220 Management Calculus OR any higher level math 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed) AH (Art & Humanities) 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) Science w/Lab 4
Total 16

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ECON.3/4xxx Economics Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) Science (non-lab) 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) SS (Social Science) 3
Total 15

Spring Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ECON.2110 Statistics I 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) AH (Art/Humanities) 3
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) Science w/Lab 4
xxxx.xxxx (Gen. Ed.) SS (Social Science) 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
Total 16

Junior Year

Fall Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ECON.3030 Microeconomic Theory 3
ECON.2120 Statistics II 3
ECON.3/4xxx Economics Elective 3
xxxx.xxx Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
Total 15

Spring Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ECON.3040 Macroeconomic Theory 3
ECON.3/4xxx Economics Elective 3
ECON.3/4xxx Economics Elective
3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
Total 15

Senior Year

Fall Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ECON.3/4xxx Economics Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Economics or Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Economics or Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
Total 15

Spring Semester

Course# Course Name Cr.
ECON.3/4xxx Economics Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Economics or Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
xxxx.xxxx Free Elective 3
Total 15
Total Minimum Credits = 120

This track is designed to provide the student with a strong and flexible background in economic theory and some of the important applications of that theory. In addition to the six required courses, the student chooses six additional upper level economics courses.

Current UMass Lowell students should be using their Advisement Report in SIS. If you need assistance, please contact your advisor.

Refer to the General Education website for General Education requirements. Courses in the General Education categories of Diversity and Ethics should be selected in conjunction with a faculty advisor from department offerings or other electives.

1Required for entering Freshmen.

Restriction on off-campus study:

Be advised that any course taken at another institution must be formally approved prior to enrollment. See the catalog policy for details.

Last updated: 10/26/2017