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TRANSFER PATHWAYS GUIDE: QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS (BSBA)
Quantitative economics is a joint program of the College of Business & Public Administration (CBPA) and the Mathematics Department of the College of Arts & Sciences. The program offers integrated study in mathematics, statistics, and economics. The program is designed to prepare students for graduate study in economics (MA or PhD programs) or business (PhD programs or quantitatively oriented MBA programs). The program also prepares students for research-oriented jobs in government, business or consulting.


Students are not required to take any or all of these courses in order to transfer to Drake but may use this as a guide to take applicable coursework for this degree program.


Business Core
Students study a common core of courses as well as a selected major in one or more areas of study. The following courses are required of all business majors at Drake and can be completed while at DMACC or after transfer to Drake.

Either ENG 106 or 108 will fulfill the business writing requirement; students do not need to take both.

Either CSC 116 or BCA 212 will fulfill the IS 044 requirement; students do not need to take both.
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ACC 131 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (4)
ACCT 0-- ACCT-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
ACCT 041 INTRO TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (3.000)
08/26/2013 
ACC 132 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II (4)
ACCT 0-- ACCT-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
ACCT 042 INTRO TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (3.000)
08/26/2013 
BCA 212 INTRO COMPUTER BUSINESS APPL (3)
IS 044 MCRSFT OFFC TLS FOR BUS ANLYSS (2.000 OR 3.000)
07/16/2021 
BUS 185 BUSINESS LAW I (3)
BLAW 060 BUSINESS LAW I (3.000)
08/28/2006 
BUS 220 INTRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (3)
BUS 070 GLOBALIZATION (3.000)
01/26/2015 
CSC 116 INFORMATION COMPUTING (3)
IS 044 MCRSFT OFFC TLS FOR BUS ANLYSS (2.000 OR 3.000)
09/18/2020 
ECN 130 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (3)
ECON 002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (3.000)
08/28/2006 
ENG 106 COMPOSITION II (3)
ENG 0-- ENG LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
ENG 108 COMP II: TECHNICAL WRITING (3)
ENG 094 BUSINESS & ADMIN WRITING (3.000)
08/28/2006 
MGT 128 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (3)
MGMT 110 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (3.000)
08/31/2015 
MKT 110 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (3)
MKTG 101 MARKETING PRINCIPLES (3.000)
08/27/2012 
SPC 101 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION (3)
SCSR 073 PUBLIC SPEAKING (3.000)
01/25/2016 
Business Core Math (Actuarial Science/Quantitative Economics)
Both Actuarial Science and Quantitative Economics require Calculus 1, 2, and 3.
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MAT 211 CALCULUS I (5)
MATH 0 MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 050 CALCULUS I (3.000)
09/21/2020 
MAT 217 CALCULUS II (5)
MATH 0 MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 070 CALCULUS II (3.000)
09/21/2020 
MAT 219 CALCULUS III (4)
MATH 1 MATH-UPPER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 100 CALCULUS III (3.000)
09/21/2020 
Quantitative Economics (BSBA)
Macroeconomics and Linear Algebra are required for the major, and students can complete them either while at DMACC or after transfer to Drake.


MAT 227/MATH 120 Differential Equations fulfills a Quantitative Economics elective. It is not required for the major. Students will take additional courses to complete the major at Drake.

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ECN 120 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (3)
ECON 010 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (3.000)
08/31/2015 
MAT 148 LINEAR ALGEBRA W/APPLICATIONS (4)
MATH 080 LINEAR ALGEBRA (3.000)
08/27/2012 
MAT 227 DIFF EQUATIONS WITH LAPLACE (4)
MATH 1 MATH-UPPER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 120 APPLIED DIFF EQUATIONS I (3.000)
08/31/2015 
Drake's Transfer Policies
Work with a Drake University Admission Counselor to find out exactly how your credits will transfer, keeping the following in mind:

  • Students can transfer a maximum of 66 credit hours from DMACC or other community colleges. A Drake bachelor's degree requires a minimum of 124 credits.
  • A grade of C- or higher is required for all transfer coursework.
  • A minimum of 40 upper level (100-199) credits is required for Drake bachelor's degrees.
  • The last 30 credit hours must be completed at Drake University.
  • Admitted students with an A.A. or A.S. degree from an Iowa community college who have at least 60 semester credits acceptable for transfer and a minimum 2.00 cumulative grade point average will enter Drake University having fulfilled the Areas of Inquiry requirements.
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