It’s an exciting time at the Daniels School of Business, and the school is inviting undergraduate students from all majors to explore one of its newest opportunities – a minor in Behavioral Economics!
This program may be attractive to students studying consumer behavior, business, or public policy who want to understand how people make decisions in real-world situations. The minor will also benefit students majoring in psychology, political science, or other social sciences who want to deepen their understanding of human decision-making and its implications for society. Calculus is not a prerequisite for the behavioral economics minor, enhancing accessibility for interested students.
Please review the attached flyer for additional details.