International Economics Major
To help you prepare for careers in global business, nonprofits, or government, the International Economics curriculum combines rigorous coursework in the Department of Economics with advanced training in either Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian or Spanish. The major also provides you with opportunities for study abroad as well as overseas internships and research projects.
This course of study exemplifies the College of Arts and Letters’ cross-disciplinary approach to nurturing the development of business leaders and global citizens who have both the analytical and cultural skills needed to navigate today’s interconnected world economy.
Required economics courses for International Economics Major
All of the following:
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Two electives focused on International economic topics. The available electives will vary by semester. Some past courses which have satisfied this requirement are:
- International Trade
- International Money
- Development Economics
Language requirements (see partner Language departments)
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The power of economics, said Greg Duffy ’15, is that the intangible becomes tangible. Duffy, who majored in economics and sang in an a capella group at Notre Dame, now uses that power to help connect artists with new audiences as a research analyst at the music-streaming service Pandora.