Hi everyone, after last quarter I have decided that instead of pursuing a science oriented field, it would be better if I pursued a major in economics. I have had previous coursework with macroeconomics in the past, and have a huge interest in international macroeconomics, and fiscal policy. I was curious on what courses would be beneficial for me going through with this major. I'm looking for a really rounded education, but I also understand that my main priorities should be within mathematics, statistics, and economics. I am currently signed up for microeconomics, and calculus 2 (redo) next quarter, and was wondering what other course I should take.