• ECONOMICS

    Sample Four Year Academic Plan

    The sample course plan below is a sample plan for you major; it does not and should not replave meeting with your Academic Advisor to map out the best course plan that suits your individual academic needs and placement upon initial registration.  Classes listed may not necessarily be offered during a particular term.  Full descriptions and requirements for all ODU majors, programs and courses are available in the ODU Catalog.

     

    FIRST YEAR (Freshman) 

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    ENG 110 College Writing I 3   ENG 111 College Writing II 3
    Elective+ or MTH 100
    (based on placement)
    3   ECN 207 Principles of
    Microeconomics
    3
    Freshman Core Seminar 179 3   Social and Behavioral Science Req.** 3
    Art/Music/Theater 3   Philosophy or Theology Req.* 3
    ECN 208 Principles of
    Macroeconomics
    3   CIS 107 Computer Applications 3
             

    SECOND YEAR (Sophomore)

           
    Fall Semester      Spring Semester   
    Sophore Core Seminar 279 3   History 3
    Social and Behavioral Science Req.** 3   ECN 325 Intermediate
    Microeconomics
    3
    ACT 210 Accounting
    for Decision Making
    3   Natural Science Requirement 3
    MTH 140 Intro to Statistics 3   Electives+ 6
    Elective+ 3      
             

    THIRD YEAR (Junior)

           
    Fall Semester      Spring Semester   
    ECN 322 Intermediate
    Macroeconomics
    3   ECN Elective 3
    ECN 340 International Economics 3   MTH 160 3
    Junior Core Seminar 379 3   Philosophy or Theology Req.* 3
    Literature 3   Elective+ 3
    Elective+ 3  

    Foreign Language III (level or above)

    3
             

    FOURTH YEAR (Senior)

           
    Fall Semester      Spring Semester   
    ECN Elective 3   ECN 420 Development of
    Economic Theory
    3
    Philosophy or Theology Req.* 3   Philosophy or Theology Req.* 3
    ECN 479 Core: Economic Analysis 3   Electives+ 9
    MTH 240 Calculus I 4      
    Elective+ 3      
             

    *At least one Philosophy and one Theology course must be at the 200 level or higher.
    ** Diversity requirement can be fulfilled with this course.
    +Courses may fulfill requirements for a minor area or second major.
     

    For more information contact your Admission Counselor or Acdemic Advisor at (614) 251-4500.