Economics is one of the most flexible minors you can choose and is a great fit to complement your degree, regardless of your major. You will learn how the world functions as people make difficult choices about how to work with limited resources to satisfy their needs and wants.
By studying economics, you will develop a variety of skills including critical thinking, problem-solving, analysis, communication, and writing, which are highly valued in many professions and careers.
The field of economics plays a critical role in today's global job market. There are jobs for economists in almost every sector, including business, non-profits and NGOs, education, government, and law.
Minors are defined as either “studies in the discipline” or as “teaching.”