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BA International Economic Affairs

To find out what classes satisfy Areas B, C, D, and E, go to the General Education Requirements (Core Curriculum) page for the full list of approved courses.

Year 1

ENGL 1101

ENGL 1102

MATH 1111 or 1113

Area D1 Lab Science

Area E1

Area B1

Area E3

Area C1

XIDS 2002

Area E2

60% - 100%

65% - 100%

0% - 10%

0% - 50%

55% - 100%

15% - 100%

15% - 100%

25% - 100%

40% - 90%

75% - 100%

Year 2

Area D1 Non-Lab Science

Area D2 MATH/SCI/CS

FORL 1001

ECON 2106

Area B2

Area C2

Area E4

FORL 1002

ECON 2105

GEOG 1013

Elective

0% - 50%

0% - 10%

*

10% - 20%

0% - 90%

30% - 100%

10% - 100%

*

10% - 85%

*

0% - 100%

Year 3

FORL 2001

FORL 2002

ECON 3410

ECON 3411

ECON 3402

ECON 4410

CISM 2201

ANTH 1102

POLS 3401

Elective

*

*

0% - 10%

0% - 10%

0% - 75%

75% - 85%

0% - 10%

*

90% - 100%

0% - 100%

Year 4

ECON 4450

ECON 3458 or ECON 4470

Foreign History

ECON 4484

GEOG 3235 or POLS 3501

Global Elective/Internship

Elective (x4)

10% - 15%

55% - 65% or 75% - 85%

*

10% - 20%

*

*

0% - 100%

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The percentages above are derived from the lowest possible to the highest possible amount of writing for a class or section option (e.g., an elective or a minor placeholder).

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