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Graduate Course Listing

M.A. Courses

Reuired Courses - 15 hours [30 Hours graduate work required for M.A.]

Course NoCourse TitleTerm OfferedPrerequisite
Econ 425Intermediate Economic StatisticsFall-Evening
Spring-Day
Stat 235 Elementary Statistics,
Econ 301 Macroeconomic Analysis,
Econ 302 Microeconomic Analysis
Econ 451Institutional Economic TheoryFall-Day
Spring-Evening
Econ 301 Macroeconomic Analysis,
Econ 302 Microeconomic Analysis
Econ 5501Advanced Macroeconomics AnalysisFall-EveningEcon 301 Macroeconomic Analysis
Econ 5502Advanced Microeconomics AnalysisSpring-EveningEcon 302 Macroeconomic Analysis,
Econ 5521 Mathematical Economics
Econ 5521Mathematical EconomicsFall-EveningCalculus 1 strongly recommended
Econ 5525Econometric MethodsSpring-EveningEcon 425 Intermediate Economic Statistics
Econ 5521 Mathematical Economics
Econ 5551Advanced Institutional TheorySpring-EveningEcon 451 Institional Economic Theory


M.A. students are required to complete 15 hours beyond the required courses. Of these, 6 hours must be at the 5500 level. Economics 5591 and 5599 cannot be counted towards graduation requirements. There are options for the completion of the additional 15 hours. Please consult the graduate handbook or contact the M.A. Graduate Advisor.

IPhD Courses

Required Courses - Must complete 30 hours

Course NoCourse TitleTerm OfferedPrerequisite
Econ 5501Advanced Macroeconomics AnalysisFall-EveningEcon 301 Macroeconomic Analysis
Econ 5502Advanced Microeconomics AnalysisSpring-EveningEcon 302 Macroeconomic Analysis,
Econ 5521 Mathematical Economics
Econ 5506Advanced History of Economic ThoughFall-EveningGraduate Standing
Econ 5521Mathematical EconomicsFall-EveningCalculus 1 strongly recommended
Econ 5525Econometric MethodsSpring-EveningEcon 425 Intermediate Economic Statistics,
Econ 5521 Mathematical Economics
Econ 5551Advanced Institutional TheorySpring-EveningIPhD Standing
Econ 5601Colloquium in Advanced MacroeconomicsSpring-EveningEcon 5501 Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis
Econ 5602Colloquium in Advanced MicroeconomicsFall-EveningEcon 5502 Advanced Microeconomic Analysis
Econ 5625Colloquium in EconometricsFall-EveningEcon 5525 Econometric Methods
Econ 5688Colloquium in Politcal EconomySpring-EveningEcon 5506 Advanced History of Economic Thought or
Econ 5551 Advanced Institutional Theory

Elective Courses and Fields

The elective and field courses must be in economics at the 5500-level or above.

Fields—IPhD students can obtain one or more fields or specialized areas of study. The Department regularly offers fields in eight areas: economic theory, international finance, monetary theory, industrial organization, history of economics and economic thought, American economic history, trade and development, and race, gender and public policy. In easch of the fields, at least two or more courses are regularly Offered and in addition students can take directed readings (Econ 5690) in the field

FieldCourse Requirements/Offerings
Economic TheoryEcon 5508 - Controversial Issues in Recent Economic Literature
Econ 5603 - Colloquium in Advanced Heterodox Economics
Econ 5608 - Topics in Economic Theory
International FinanceEcon 5542 - Advanced International Finance
Econ 5645 - Financial Macroeconomics
Monetary TheoryEcon 5508 - Controversial Issues in Recent Economic Literature
Econ 5531 - Monetary Theory and Policy
Econ 5538 - Economic Policy
Econ 5631 - Topics in Monetary Theory and Policy
Industrial OrganizationEcon 5516L - Law and Economics
Econ 5560 - Industiral Organization
Econ 5561 - Antitrust and Competition Law
History of EconomicsEcon 5606 - Colloquium in Advanced History of Economic Thought
Econ 5616 - History of Economics in the 20th Century
American Economic HistoryEcon 5504R - American Economic History since 1865
Econ 5504RR - American Labor History
Econ 5660 - Evolution of American Industrial Society
Trade and DevelopmentEcon 5512 - Advanced Economic Development
Econ 5540 - Advanced International Trade
Econ 5590B - Speical Topics: International Organizations and Development Finance
Race, Gender, Public PolicyEcon 5538 - Economic Policy
Econ 5583 - Racial Inequality & Public Policy