Are you fascinated by the relationship between people and money?

In our Economics minor in the Department of Liberal Studies, you will study how individuals, businesses, governments and societies choose to spend their time and money.

Having such insights will give you a leg up on others in whatever you do next, as you will understand how essential workings of the economy.

The Economics minor requires a total of 16 credit hours in the areas of microeconomics, macroeconomics, historical economic theory, comparative systems and international economics.

Why Kettering?

  • You love math, money and business.
  • Our faculty research economic and monetary integration, economic outcomes such as economic growth, foreign direct investment, debt sustainability, international trade and finance.