About this Program
- College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Credits: 14-15 | Completed with minimum grades of C
The Department of Economics offers a vibrant undergraduate curriculum. Students enjoy close and meaningful interactions with the faculty through rigorous and engaging courses. A diverse menu of elective courses covers exciting and relevant topics like growth and development, international trade and finance, public policy analysis and evaluation, and strategic business decisions. Students are strongly encouraged to pursue outside-of-the-classroom learning through internships and study abroad.
Email | 352.392.0151 (tel) | 352.294.7860 (fax)
P.O. Box 117140
224 MATHERLY HALL
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7140
Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.
This certificate is open to all undergraduates. Data Science, Economics, Finance, Food and Resource Economics, and Geography majors are especially encouraged to apply. Several credits will double count toward the Economics major.
Because this certificate requires a substantial number of prerequisite courses, the Department of Economics must consider timely graduation when evaluating applications. All certificate applications should include a graduation plan that demonstrates how the applicant will meet all undergraduate program requirements, including the certificate requirements, in a timely fashion.
Economics majors can apply ECO 3430, ECO 4421, and ECO 4422 toward the major’s required upper-division coursework requirement but will still require a fourth economics course that satisfies that requirement.
Students will take at least one course (GEO 4169) in the certificate that is not applied to the Economics major.
Economics minors can also apply ECO 3430, ECO 4421, or ECO 4422 toward the minor’s elective coursework requirement. Because certificate students must complete nine credits that are distinct from all other certificates and minors, Economics minors may only apply one of the certificate courses to the minor.
Prerequisite Foundation Courses
|ECO 2013||Principles of Macroeconomics||4|
|ECO 2023||Principles of Microeconomics||4|
|ECO 3101||Intermediate Microeconomics||4|
|or ECP 3703||Managerial Economics|
|STA 2023||Introduction to Statistics 1||3|
|AEB 3550||Agricultural Data Analysis in Food and Resource Economics||3-4|
|or ECO 3430||Economic Analysis of Data|
|ECO 4422||Econometrics 2||4|
|GEO 4169||Spatial Econometrics and Modeling 1||3|