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BA in Economics (46 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

Notes


Program Requirements

22 credits: ECON 205, ECON 206, ECON 405, ECON 406, ECON 481; MATH 112, MATH 115 or MATH 211; IS 242.

Electives

24 Credits:  Selected from 400 level ECON courses. ECON 350 or ECON 360 may be substituted for one 400 level course. With approval of the adviser, the following courses (all with required prerequisites) may be substituted for ECON electives: MATH 221, MATH 222, MATH 312, MATH 321. Alternatively, a maximum of two of the following may be substituted for ECON electives: ANTH 372, FIRE 371, FIRE 373, HIST 345, POL 313, POL 380, POL 463, STAT 427 (check the catalog for prerequisites).

MS in Five-Year Track in Economics (36 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • Admission Requirements Specific to the Program. Discuss the 4 + 1 option with the Applied Economics graduate coordinator during the sophomore year. Be ready to apply during the last semester as a junior. Students are usually admitted to the track during their last semester as a junior and are granted early conditional admission to graduate school upon completion of a special undergraduate core program.
  • The GRE or GMAT is required of all applicants. The GRE or GMAT is also required of applicants with a post-baccalaureate degree. Previous GRE or GMAT scores may be submitted.

PLAN A


Option(s): Thesis
Credits: 36
Core: 24 credits: ECON 586, ECON 587, ECON 605, ECON 606, ECON 615, ECON 670, ECON 677, FIRE 571
Electives: 21 credits. Select 6 credits: Any two of the following, which will be double counted for undergraduate and graduate credit: ECON 561, ECON 565, ECON 572, ECON 574, FIRE 571, FIRE 574, MGMT 550, MGMT 567. These courses must be completed before the B.A. can be conferred and would double count toward undergraduate and graduate credits (they are transferred onto the graduate transcript following completion of the B.A.). Select 15 credits: Any other five 300-level or 400-level courses offered by the Economics department. These may not count towards graduate credit.
Research: 6 credits: ECON 699

PLAN B


Option(s): Starred Paper(s)
Credits: 36
Core: ECON 586, ECON 587, ECON 605, ECON 606, ECON 615, ECON 670, ECON 677, FIRE 571
Electives: 21 credits Select 6 credits: Any two of the following, which will be double counted for undergraduate and graduate credit: ECON 561, ECON 565, ECON 572, 574, FIRE 571, FIRE 574, MGMT 550, MGMT 567. These courses must be completed before the B.A. can be conferred and would double count toward undergraduate and graduate credits (they are transferred onto the graduate transcript following completion of the B.A.). Select 15 credits:  Any other five 300-level or 400-level courses offered by the Economics department. These may not count towards graduate credit.
Research: ECON 630 (6 credits). ECON 697 (3 credits).

PLAN C


Option(s): Portfolio/Internship
Other: Internship
Credits: 36
Core: ECON 586, ECON 587, ECON 605, ECON 606, ECON 615, ECON 670, ECON 677, FIRE 571
Electives: 21 credits. Select 6 credits: Any two of the following, which will be double counted for undergraduate and graduate credit: ECON 561, ECON 565, ECON 572, ECON 574, FIRE 571, FIRE 574, MGMT 550, MGMT 567. These courses must be completed before the B.A. can be conferred and would double count toward undergraduate and graduate credits (they are transferred onto the graduate transcript following completion of the B.A.). Select 15 credits: Any other five 300-level or 400-level courses offered by the Economics department.These may not count towards graduate credit.
Research: Internship Requirement. ECON 644 (6 credits).






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