Social Sciences - Economics (Liberal Arts & Sciences)

Courses

Minimum program credit hours: 60

Program Codes

Degree Option
Associate in Arts Degree
Hegis Code
5649
Curriculum Code
212C
General Requirements
24 credit hours Degree Requirements Met
9 SUNY LAS JCC
ENG 1530: English Composition II3 BCOM H CENG
ENG 1540: Writing About Literature3 HUMA H CWRT, VEDP
Humanities Electives3 H
6
Social Sciences Electives

(courses in at least two social sciences areas other than ECO; up to 3 credits may need to be SUNY General Education-category specific)

6 (X) S
9
MAT 1600: Precalculus4 MATH N CMAT
Mathematics and Sciences Electives

(up to 3 credits may need to be SUNY General Education-category specific)

5 (X) N

Core Requirements
18 credit hours Degree Requirements Met
6 SUNY LAS JCC
ECO 2610: Macroeconomic Principles3 SOSC S SR
ECO 2620: Microeconomic Principles3 SOSC S SR
12 SUNY LAS JCC
Any courses not already required within the ECO, ANT, GEO, GLS, HIS, POL, PSY, or SOC disciplines12 S

Electives
18 credit hours Degree Requirements Met

(up to 6 credits may need to be Liberal Arts and Sciences specific and may also need to be SUNY General Education-category specific)

18

Important Points
  • The transfer path applies to B.A. programs in economics. B.S. programs in economics may have additional requirements.
  • Calculus I is not required at all SUNY transfer colleges, but it is the minimum level of mathematics to be well positioned to finish with an additional two years of study at many SUNY transfer colleges such as Binghamton University and the University at Buffalo. Check with your advisor to determine if Calculus I is essential at your intended transfer campus.
  • MAT 1540: Elementary Statistics is recommended.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the social science approach by using social science concepts and theories to analyze behaviors or institutions (as appropriate to the discipline). This outcome is to be assessed in 2000-level courses.
  2. Explain or demonstrate the methods that social scientists use to explore social phenomena, or to gather and interpret information (as appropriate to the discipline). This outcome is to be assessed in 2000-level courses.