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Economics Degree


The associate degree in economics is a program of basic courses which enable 
students to move into a curriculum in a four-year institution leading to a
baccalaureate degree. Economics prepares the student for a number of career
opportunities such as accounting and marketing in the areas of business,
government and teaching.
Major requirements for the associate in arts degree:
Course Units

Accounting 101/101H, Financial Accounting 4 Units
Accounting 102/102H, Managerial Accounting 4 Units
Economics 120, Principles/Macro 3 Units
Economics 121, Principles/Micro 3 Units
Social Science 219/219H, Statistics and Probability 4 Units
Mathematics 219/219H, Statistics and Probability 4 Units
Business 150, Introduction to Computing and Application Software 4 Units
Mathematics 150, Calculus for Biological, Management and Social Sciences 4 Units

TOTAL 21-22 Units