International Economics Minor
Understanding global issues is a vital component of today’s education. In an increasingly interconnected world, future leaders need a strong foundation in international issues in order to appreciate diverse perspectives and communicate effectively across cultures and disciplines. Combining our international economic courses with the extraordinary array of courses from Business Management, History, Philosophy, and Political Science at Washington College, our students can explore global issues with a strong analytical and policy-driven approach along with a multi-faceted global perspective offered by the additional inter-disciplinary courses of their choice.
The minor is composed of 28 credits (seven courses) across five departments. In order to complete the minor, students must complete five required courses in Economics two additional courses selected from the list of courses in Business Management, History, Philosophy and Religion, and Political Science.