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ECONOMICS

The study of economics is essential for understanding our society. The study of Economics utilizes historical data, theoretical models, and empirical evidence to explain real world behavior of individuals, firms, and nations making production and consumption decisions.

AWARD

TYPE

GRAD PLAN

REQ COURSES UNITS

TOTAL UNITS

Economics

AA

GE 

20

60+

Economics

AA-T

N/A

21-25

60*

+ At least 60 degree applicable units (36 total major units and GE Plan units) are required to earn an Associate Degree.

* Required course units and completion of CSU Breadth or IGETC Requirements.

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Associates DegreeEconomics

Associate of Arts for Transfer Degree (AA-T)

Requirements

MAJOR CODE: 2204.00

Required Courses

Units

Econ 1

Principles Of Economics I

3

Econ 2

Principles Of Economics II

3

Math 227

Statistics

4

Math 236

 

OR 

Math 261

Calculus For Business & Social Science         

OR       

Calculus I

5

 

 

5

List A:  Select One Course (3-4 Units)

Acctg 1

Introductory Accounting I

5

Acctg 2

Introductory Accounting II

5

Math 262

Calculus II

5

List B:  Select One Course (3-4 Units)

Math 263

Calculus III

5

Math 271

Linear Algebra

3

Total Units For Major

21-25

Total Units That May Be Double Counted 

9

General Education (CSU Ge Or IGETC) Units  

37-39

Elective (CSU Transferable) Units 

5-11

Total Degree Units                   

60

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Economics

Associate of Arts Degree (AA)

Requirements

(20 Units, GE Plan) + All other West requirements for Associate Degree. 

MAJOR CODE:  2204.00

Required Courses

Units

Acctg 1

Introductory Accounting I

5

Econ 1

Principles Of Economics I

3

Econ 2

Principles Of Economics II

3

Math 227

Statistics

4

Math 235

Finite Math

5

Total Required                             

20