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Program Coursework

The Core

Fall Semester Spring Semester
ECON 7005 Microeconomics I

ECON 7007 Macroeconomics I
ECON 7003 Political Economy I
ECON 7590 Econometrics

ECON 7006 Microeconomics II

ECON 7008 Macroeconomics II
ECON 7004 Political Economy II
ECON 7800 Econometrics I

Incoming PhD students who want to refresh their knowledge of mathematics should enroll in the Department's optional tutorial course in quantitative methods held during the summer before entering Graduate School. The tutorial and the exam are described below: Math Tutorial Class


Below is the complete list of elective courses offered on a regular basis. For the times and locations of current semester's course offerings please go to the General Catalog & Class Schedule web page.

ECON 7020 International Economics I

ECON 7021 International Economics II

ECON 7150 Labor and Gender I

ECON 7180 Labor and Gender II

ECON 7250 Advanced Natural Resource Economics

ECON 7251 Advanced Environmental Economics

ECON 7320 Advanced Health Economics

ECON 7400 Economic History

ECON 7500 Advanced Monetary Theory

ECON 7560 Economic Development I

ECON 7561 Economic Development II

ECON 7600 History of Economic Doctrines I

ECON 7601 History of Economic Doctrines II

ECON 7801 Econometrics II


Additional elective courses may also be subject to student demand, faculty resources, and the discretion of the chair.

Last Updated: 11/15/22