Below is the standard course list and sequence for the Master's program. Most Master's students follow this plan exactly as shown. Please consult the Schedule of Classes, Public Class Search for course descriptions and instructor information.Semester 1 (Fall)
*The option to take Ph.D. courses during the second year of the Master's program will be decided by the Director of the Master's Program after the completion of the first year of the program.
In addition to the core economics courses, students select nine credits of electives. Eligible electives are courses numbered 300 or above and should be relevant to the economics degree. Electives typically are taken in the second year of the program.
Examples of Advanced Electives include:
Economics 442: Macroeconomic Policy
Economics 460: Economic Forecasting
Economics 475: Economics of Growth
Economics 521: Game Theory & Economic Analysis
Economics 548: Economics of Health Care
Economics 666: Issues-International Finance
For degree requirements and enrollment policies information, please see the Program Requirements page in our Program Guidelines.