The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer with a focus in economics provides lower-division general education and major courses to prepare for a bachelor's degree in economics. Courses in this program are a strong preparation for careers in economics, business analytics, engineering, public health, resource management, or public policy. A bachelor's degree in economics can either be policy-based or quantitative. In either case, it is a diverse field that could lead to graduate or law school.
Statewide General Education Student Learning Outcomes
While this program has no formal entrance requirements, individual courses may have prerequisites which must be met before enrollment.
|Course ||Title ||Credits |
|WR 121||Academic Composition||4|
|WR 122||Argument, Research, and Multimodal Composition||4|
|or WR 227|| Technical Writing|
Students should check with each school to ensure that the latest transfer information is used when designing their program.
Students pursuing a Bachelor's of Arts should consider completing three terms of 200-level language courses. The 100-level language courses will count as electives. The 200-level language courses will partially fulfill the arts and letters requirement.
Students pursuing a Bachelor's of Science (BS) should consider taking more math, social science, and science courses. Language is not necessary for the BS but would be valuable for students with a major or emphasis in international economics. For details, speak with an advisor.
- Academic Requirements:
- Students must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA to earn a COCC certificate or degree.
- Options for additional standards:
- All courses in the program must be completed with a grade of C or higher.