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The Economics department offers a Bachelor degree of Arts and a Bachelor degree of Science. A minor in Economics and a minor in Economics Education. In addition to the core classes, BYU-Idaho students studying Economics will choose an area of concentration and a complimentary minor or two clusters as approved by their advisor. 15-18 credits of upper-division classes represent an area of concentration with some possible choices listed here:
A description of each of these areas of concentration can be found in the BYU-Idaho Catalog.