Below are sample lists of classes a student will take to pursue a degree in economics. Since university students need more than specific education in a narrow field, they also will take classes to complete the General Education Curriculum (GEC). The GEC will allow students to develop the fundamental skills essential to collegiate success across major programs. Course work options satisfying the GEC often come from a variety of academic areas of study allowing students to tailor their GEC toward their interests. These are possible paths to a degree in economics. Please consult a departmental advisor your specific degree track.