After Patrick Conniff ’17 found he could no longer play soccer, he spent the next three years working toward a dream job with U.S. Soccer.
Economics course catalog
TRISTAN COUGHLIN, Assistant Professor
B.A., Wisconsin-LaCrosse; M.A., Ph.D., Wisconsin-Milwaukee
CHRISTOPHER B. MARMÉ, Professor, Chair
B.A., St. Ambrose; M.S., Ph.D., Illinois UIUC
MAMATA MARMÉ, Instructor and Advising Coordinator (Business Administration)
B.St., M.St., Indian Statistical Institute; M.S., Illinois UIUC
JOANNA SHORT, Associate Professor
B.B.A., Iowa; M.A., Ph.D., Indiana
MAJOR IN ECONOMICS. 27 credits, including ECON-201, ECON-202, ECON-301, ECON-302, ECON-317, ECON-401, ECON-402, ECON-403, and ECON-404, and two of ECON-221, ECON-225, ECON-345, ECON-361, ECON-362, ECON-406. (MATH-329, or with permission, MATH-219 and Econ-318 may be substituted for ECON-317.) Required supporting courses (9 credits): ACCT-201. BUSN-211 and BUSN-212 or MATH-315 and MATH-316. Recommended supporting courses: ACCT- 202, PHIL-312, MATH-220, MATH-221, MATH-230, MATH-329 and MATH-338.
MINOR IN ECONOMICS. 18 credits, including ECON-201, ECON-202, ECON-301, ECON-302.