The common requirements in a Combined Honors program are the same as for other Honors programs (see Bachelor of Arts (Honors) ).
A Combined Honors program in Economics and another discipline requires a minimum of ★36 (at the junior and senior levels) in Economics and a minimum of ★36 in the other discipline. Requirements in Economics for all Combined Honors programs in Economics except Economics and Mathematics are the same as listed in Honors in Economics.
Students in the Combined Honors program in Economics and Mathematics may not receive credit for either ECON 386 or ECON 387, and should select further mathematics courses from MATH 334, MATH 372, MATH 373, MATH 381, MATH 417, MATH 418, MATH 421, and MATH 472.
Each Combined Honors program must have the approval of the Department of Economics and the other discipline. Only students enrolled in the Honors Essay route complete an Honors Essay. With the permission of the Honors Advisor, students pursuing Combined Honors in Economics (Honors Essay Route) and another discipline may write a combined honors essay (INT D 520) that is supervised jointly by faculty from both programs and the subject of which integrates both disciplines. In these circumstances, students will complete INT D 520 in place of ECON 400.
Note: 400-level AREC courses approved as Arts options will be applied as senior level ECON, but will not fulfill 400-level ECON requirements.