As an economics major in the Poole College of Management, there are certain courses you can or cannot take abroad. The following table outlines the courses on your degree audit and how they may or may not fit into a semester or year abroad. A few things to note as you review the academic considerations for your economics major:
- The courses in the “Yes” column are those that are usually offered abroad at a variety of institutions. These are good courses to save for your semester abroad.
- The courses in the “Maybe” column really are dependent on the location to where you are going. Most of these courses should be planned for a semester at NC State.
- The courses in the “No” column are not offered abroad and should be taken at NC State.
Please take a look at your degree audit on MyPack Portal and then highlight which courses list below that you still need to take. As you review your degree audit, please be aware of an pre-requisite courses and plan accordingly.
The chart below is designed to give students a starting point for which courses to consider taking while abroad before meeting with a member of the Global Programs staff.
Economics Major - Course Planning for Study Abroad
|Humanities||ENG 332||Math Courses (Calculus, Statistics, Quantitative)|
|Social Sciences||EC 301||Natural Science Requirements|
|Additional Breadth||EC 302||Physical Education Requirements|
|Interdisciplinary Perspectives||Communications Requirements**||Quantitative Electives|
|Free Electives||ACC 210**||EC 201/205|
|Advised Electives||EC 351|
|300-Level Economics Electives||EC 451*|
|400-Level Economics Electives||EC 490^|
*EC 451 only required for Bachelor of Science in Economics.
**MIE 201, M 100, ACC 210 and Communications Requirements only required for Bachelor of Arts in Economics.
^EC 490 has many prerequisites and is taken your final semester of senior year.