Economics Degree Program

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:

  1. Job Ready
  2. Graduate Study
  3. Pre-MBA
  4. Pre-Law
  5. International
  6. Agriculture

A description of each of these areas of concentration can be found in the BYU-Idaho Catalog.


Planned Course Schedule

Prior to Spring 2019 Semester
Program Courses and Course Recommended Sequence

BS in Economics

BS in Financial Economics

BS in Agricultural Economics

Spring 2019 and Subsequent Semesters
Program Courses and Course Recommended Sequence

BS in Economics

BS in Financial Economics

BS in Agricultural Economics



If you do not have a document reader, we recommend  Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader