|Required Courses (15 hours):|
|FHCE 2100 or FHCE 2100H||3|
|FHCE 3150 or FHCE 3150E||3|
|ECON 2106 or ECON 2106H||3|
|FHCE 4100/6100 or FHCE 5100/7100||3|
For most students, the above list can be used toward the minor requirements even if a course counts toward your Area VI requirement. That includes ECON 2106/ECON 2106H.
If one of the five courses listed above is required for your major, you must choose a replacement course from the list below. You also must choose a replacement course if a course from the above list fulfills your Area I-V requirements. Otherwise, you must take the courses from the list above to earn the minor.
|FHCE 3010||3 (max)|
|FHCE 3200 or FHCE 3200E or FHCE 3250 or FHCE 3250E||3|
|FHCE 4100/6100||3||FHCE 4400/6400||3|
|Up to 3 hours from a 3000-level or above course in any of the following areas: ACCT, AAEC, ECON, FINA, INTB, MARK, MGMT, MIST, REAL, RMIN|
|Dr. Brenda Cude, Undergraduate Coordinator|
|Department of Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics|
|102 Consumer Research Center (House C)|