International Quantitative Economics and International Relations (B.S.)
ECIQ: BS in International Quantitative Economics and International Relations
This program expands Diplomacy’s partnership with the Economics department into a full-fledged integrated degree. It builds on the BS in Quantitative Economics, coupling it with classes from our Diplomacy undergraduate program to create a program that is unique across Diplomacy’s peer institutions. This program keeps the common elements of the Diplomacy undergraduate experience (required foreign language and Diplomacy internship and capstone) but adds a stronger Math focus (six courses totaling 18 credits) and a stronger Economics focus (at least six courses totaling 18 credits). The two proposals together both cater to the needs of a differentiated student market seeking additional skills beyond the standard econ degree to better prepare students for advanced study.
To concentrate in quantitative economics & econometrics, students must earn at least a "C-" in each individual ECON and MATH course and earn at least a 2.5 grade point average for all major courses.
Politics and Society in Latin America and the Caribbean
Foreign Language Requirements
Elementary Language I
Elementary Language II
Intermediate Language I
Intermediate Language II
Advanced Language I
Advanced Language II
Fourth-Year Language I (any language course with advanced II as pre-requisite)
Fourth-Year Language II (any language course with advanced II as pre-requisite)
Free Electives Requirements:
Any Seton Hall course not counted towards other requirements
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