*Students can test out of MIS 220.
These courses build a strong core of economic theory. These classes are to be completed in one's Junior year. A Communication Focus (CF) course as well as a Writing Proficiency (WP-3)course must be taken within CBE as well, though these requirements can be met as part of required or elective courses.
Students often complete courses that are equivalent to MIS 220, Math 124, Math 157 and DSCI 205. If you believe that you have completed an equivalent course, see the Academic Department Manager for an equivalency evaluation.
General University Requirements (GUR):
Several of your prerequisite and required courses also count as GURs. Look for classes in the course lists below that are labeled as "GUR." By planning your schedule properly you can reduce the total number of classes needed.
- ECON 206 - Introduction to Microeconomics SSC GUR
- ECON 207 - Introduction to Macroeconomics SSC GUR
- ECON 303 - The History of Economic Thought
- ECON 306 - Intermediate Microeconomics
- ECON 307 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
- DSCI 205 - Business Statistics
- HIST 103 - Introduction to American Civilization: American History to 1865 HUM GUR
- HIST 104 - Introduction to American Civilization: American History Since 1865 HUM GUR
- HIST 121 - World History to 500 HUM GUR
- HIST 123 - World History, 1500 to the Present HUM GUR
- HIST 391 - History of the Pacific Northwest
- PLSC 250 - The American Political System SSC GUR
- ENVS 204 - Human Geography SSC GUR
- MATH 124 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry I QSR GUR
- MATH 157 - Calculus With Applications to Business and Economics QSR GUR
- MIS 220 - Introduction to Business Computer Systems or
- MIS test out or
- CSCI 101 - Computers and Applications
- ANTH 201 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SSC GUR
- SOC 221 - Introduction to Population Issues SSC GUR
- SOC 251 - Sociology of Deviant Behavior SSC GUR
- SOC 260 - The Family in Society SSC GUR
- SOC 268 - Gender and Society BCGM GUR