Bachelor of Arts in Economic Education
Teach Important Economic Life Skills
Economic education for K-12 students is increasingly important. When they grasp microeconomic and macroeconomic concepts, they’ll be prepared to make solid plans for their personal finances: loans, taxes, insurance, stocks and banking. They will also develop a foundation to succeed professionally.
The economics requirements for this degree are the same as those for the other economics majors.
Additional required courses include:
- Nine courses in political science, geography and history (a total of 27 hours), including POSC150, GEOG120, HIST104 and HIST206
- Education courses: EDUC413, 414, 419, 420, 400 and 430
- History courses: HIST491 and 493
Graduates are prepared to teach in Delaware schools and in other states or countries.
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