Our Courses

Undergraduate courses | Graduate courses 

For current course offerings please see the Registrar's page for details. 

For students who plan to take both ECON 2010 and ECON 2020, it is preferable to take ECON 2010 before taking ECON 2020.

Undergraduate courses/Descriptions

graduate COURSES 

  • ECON 5040: Mathematics for Economists
  • ECON 5880: Economic Development
  • ECON 5910/5920: Guest Economist Seminar
  • ECON 5980: Readings in Economics
  • ECON 6010: Basic Economic Analysis
  • ECON 6030: Advanced Price Theory
  • ECON 6040: Introduction to Mathematical Economics
  • ECON 6070: Uncertainty and Health
  • ECON 6090: Seminar in Economics
  • ECON 6100/6110: Human Resources I/ Human Resources II
  • ECON 6190: Introduction to Econometrics 
  • ECON 6220: Economic Statistics 
  • ECON 6620: National Income Analysis 
  • ECON 6650/6660: Microeconomic Theory I/ Microeconomic Theory II
  • ECON 6700/6710: Advanced Econometrics I/ Advanced Econometrics I  
  • ECON 6750/6760: Macroeconomic Theory I/ Macroeconomic Theory II
  • ECON 6800/6810: International Economics I/ International Economics II
  • ECON 6860/6870: Monetary Economics/ Monetary Policy
  • ECON 6880/6890: Economic Development I/ Economic Development II
  • ECON 6990: Economics Workshop 
  • ECON 7100: Independent Research
  • ECON 7120: Professional Field Experience
  • ECON 7300: Doctoral Dissertation